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When you look at the letters, what do you notice is missing? Something really obvious and important isn't there. (Go ahead, and take a moment to look again.)

Here's a big clue:
http://blog.creativethink.com/2007/02/give_me_space_b.html

I love the fluidity of Twitter Valeria, but there are times when you just have to write, your words your way, and tell it like it is.

This post is precious to me, as a lover of words, but also as the daughter of a Classics teacher. We spent many holidays in European cities looking at Roman remains, and they never ceased to cause as to stop and wonder.

Thanks for getting me to slow down and think

Joanna

The thought and the words are almost chiseled to perfection, really beautiful post.

I especially agree with the idea of all grammar and structure being stripped away in a Twitter based world.

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