But that report troubled my spirit.
So I'm retracting it.
** Makes retracting gesture**
I've changed my mind.
There are too many words in the source material.
Too many words.
Muddled thinkers often equate verbosity with wisdom.
The best ideas are expressed in a few simple sentences.
It shouldn't require 6107 words to express 13 reasons for atheism.
The United States Constitution contains 4500 words (including signatures).
The "Sermon on the Mount" contains just over 2500 words.
Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address" is just 272 words long.
If you're trying to make a point, get to it!
I won't slog through pages of rambling prose.
I've got better things to do.
Netflix, naps, and knitting are better uses of my time.
You think you need thousands of words to convey your convictions.
Those myriad words mean you don't understand your own point.
And you're rude.
Rude for expecting me to sort out your gobbledygook.
Rude for assigning me the responsibility of locating reason in your claptrap.
Do you understand?
I made my point with less than 200 words...