Day 3357: What people say

What people say can be

  • confusing,
  • clear,
  • reassuring,
  • scary,
  • familiar,
  • unfamiliar,
  • groan-inducing,
  • loving,
  • hateful,
  • funny,
  • sad,
  • repetitive,
  • original,
  • hopeless,
  • hopeful,
  • enraging,
  • soothing,
  • thoughtless,
  • thoughtful,
  • emotional,
  • unemotional,
  • mysterious,
  • profane,
  • direct,
  • indirect,
  • honest,
  • dishonest,
  • obfuscating,
  • authentic,
  • misleading,
  • helpful,
  • unhelpful,
  • important,
  • unimportant, and
  • too many other things to say.

Because I’m very interested in what people say, I asked this question last night on Twitter:

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What do you say we look at my other images for today, which include what people say.

I’m just imagining what people are going to say about National Worship of Tools Day.

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “what people say”:

I also find this:

I look forward to seeing what people say in the comments section, below.

No matter what people say, at the end of every post I say “thank you” to all who help me create this daily blog, including YOU.

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19 thoughts on “Day 3357: What people say

  1. Have a good day, Ann!

  2. By golly, that’s a lot to take in, Ann (a phrase I’ve probably never uttered in the entire history of me)! 😃

  3. The TED talk by Adrianne Haslet-Davis was one of the most powerful things I have ever heard. What a remarkable lady.

  4. 311 is active here, too, but I didn’t know it was anywhere else. That is interesting! Sometimes we have to report Mahone covers that have gone missing.

  5. that was an incredibly powerful and moving ted talk. she understands, as one who’s lived it

  6. Adrianne Haslet-Davis’s talk is so moving because she understands the power of words, and her words leave me almost speechless. Her praise for the power of just showing up, though, does make me think about how much good we can say without saying a word.

  7. Perhaps some people say yea or nay without having read stuff

  8. I came back and watched the TED talk and learned from it. Thank you.

  9. The Global News interview of Russians was illuminating. Thank you

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