Subtlty

February 19, 2008 at 10:04 pm Leave a comment

When a mistake is made, there are better ways than others to move on.  One way to move on is to try to change the subject, but it’s about as subtle as the bull in the china shop.

It’s the opposite of poetry.

It’s crude, offensive and unflattering.

It’s an insult to those who live with any sense of honor.

It’s a legal issue.

It’s an admission of guilt without the part where there’s culpability.

Miguel Tejada will talk about anything… except steroids.  (ESPN)

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