Corporate Drones.

Discussion in 'Conspiracy' started by Bilby, May 7, 2017.

  1. Bilby

    Bilby Freerangertarian

    Has anyone noticed that corporate drones based in America never use standard formal English? He is an example from FB.

    Alex is a perfect example of 'the problem' cannot argue with him, you cannot debate, he will cherry pick data that he prefers and is the epitome of an ACC Denier (I wonder why he even is on this site, as perhaps a Mormon or JW site would be more suited.....coz dominion over everything blah will etc etc etc coz guuurd gave us earth to wreck as we see fit blah blah ad nauseum) ....I am not even gonna bother replying or debating, as it is quite clear that his mind is Set.
  2. unfocusedanakin

    unfocusedanakin The Archaic Revival Lifetime Supporter

    I'm not sure what you are talking about here. Drones?
  3. Bilby

    Bilby Freerangertarian

    AKA corporate stooges.
  4. Irminsul

    Irminsul Valkyrie

    Whenever I read drones these days I auto think about the flying remote control helicopter things.
  5. Crystal_Nocked

    Crystal_Nocked Well-Known Member

    So what's your point on the English and syntax in the OP?

    It's common business jargon. Do what?

    You sound bitter about people who are employed in administration or managerial capacities in s corporate environment.


    What do you do for a living?

    I have a guess.


    Starts with a U.

  6. Friar Turk

    Friar Turk Dankin' and Tankin'

    I agree with Valkyrie. This post is highly reminiscent of the Sci Fi Doomsday scenario in which corporate raiders (of merged or junk-bond traded or nefariously acquired companies) become raiders of private bank accounts
  7. Asmodean

    Asmodean Slo motion rider

    Is it? I don't see the typical business jargon.
  8. I'minmyunderwear

    I'minmyunderwear voice of sexy

    i've noticed that nobody uses standard formal english. except maybe some of the ESL people.
  9. jpdonleavy

    jpdonleavy Well-Known Member

    and me
    I still use the personal pronoun for people
    never say 'phase' for 'faze'
    never describe a grizzly event when there are no bears present (grisly event if it's just a charnel house)
    and NEVER say the reason is because (by cause of)
    still use the verb 'to affect' since 'to impact' reminds me of the sound made when a side of beef is whacked with a baseball bat (or cricket bat - if you're from Ceylon)

    Swedes speak the best English, with Icelanders a close second - third - Germans . . .Canadians - 7th lol

    Only a handful of people can still handle formal English - know whatta mean guv innit

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