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The dynamics of interbeing and monological imperatives in “Dick and Jane”

This is one of my favourite Calvin and Hobbes cartoons (official page). Bill Watterson is criticising academic writing for its obscurantism (in plain English: the inability to communicate in plain English). The fact that fake, randomly generated academic writing is so realistic would seem to support this! Dick and Jane, by the way, is an American institution.

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Arthur Davis is an Aussie living in Tanzania, writing at meetjesusatuni.com.

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