Arlin Report


We are a nation who likes to cut corners, take short cuts.   Phrases in our English language are often abbreviated to save us some effort and in many cases make it recognizable.   I do not know if foreigners do the same with their language.    I think it would be difficult if you knew a foreign language and words were abbreviated or really what I am getting at initialed-out… the FBI.   If you are Japanese and know English does that present a communication problem?  I don’t know really know. 

I only mention it here because I was reading some blogs when It struck me many of them have one thing in common; we initial-out  phrases.  We do it in our writing and speaking.  Is it really laziness?

We are an English-speaking nation, so far anyway.   I go to the CVS Pharmacy for my prescription meds, watch CBS, NBC, ABC, MSNBC and get cash from an ATM.   We…

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Martin Milita is a Senior Director at Duane Morris Government Strategies, LLC. Duane Morris Government Strategies (DMGS) supports the growth of organizations, companies, communities and economies through a suite of government and business consulting services. The firm offers a range of government relations and public affairs services, including lobbying, grant writing; development finance consulting, media relations management, grassroots campaigning and community outreach. Milita works at the firm’s Trenton and Newark New Jersey offices. Visit his blog at: Follow him on twitter: @MartinMilita1 BLOGROLL Martin Milita – Martin Milita :: Pinterest Martin Milita @ Twitter Martin Milita at Slideshare Martin Milita on Google+ Martin Milita Yola Site Martin Milita | Xing

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