Another great video … this one is about the constant undermining of decisive speech by, like, you know, nambypamby fillers. I’d like it more without the audience noise, I confess, but that’s just a picky detail.

Typography from Ronnie Bruce on Vimeo.

Poem by Taylor Mali.

Via Tom Elliot (whose website seems to be having a funny moment, otherwise I’d link to it.)

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  1. Nicky

    I love this poem by Taylor Mali – it is simple and straightforward, but powerful (of course…that is the point, haha).

    Anyway, I enjoyed a recording by you on Librivox (“A Jury of Her Peers” by Susan Glaspell), and I wanted to thank you for doing a wonderful job.

    Take care! 🙂

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