Neal Pollard With conversation, when both are active listeners, you are exchanging ideas. Along with this, there's body language and tone of voice which give clues to what the words mean to the speaker. You negotiate, reason, affirm or deny, and continue through these patterns while discussing any number of subjects. This process is invaluable to … Continue reading The Art Of Conversation
Neal Pollard You want to do some appetizing research? Go to the Mayo Clinic website and read about what causes bad breath. The harbingers of halitosis include food that gets stuck in your teeth, tobacco, poor dental hygiene, dry mouth (this occurs most frequently when sleeping at night, thus "morning breath"), oral infections, and many … Continue reading Bad Breath Babbling
Neal Pollard What do a fantasy football service and a seafood restaurant have in common? Maybe the advertisement firms they both hired and they felt proud of their play on words that made the commercial viewers hear one word but think of another, extremely vulgar and profane word. Is this perhaps part of a linguistic … Continue reading Is It Clever Or Just Coarse?