if you were Taylor Swift audiences might be rushing in up a storm for a single pooping session… :-P

Should a person always be more answerable for not being idiomatic or grammatical if you know he or she is a lyricist / poet / writer by profession? Personally, I'm very careful not to commit "blunders" such as She don't got no friends yet she's happy like I are because my EFL students might be picking something up when reading my words. That said, I still believe flexibility should lie in everyday talks. It's said that meticulous Grammar Nazis usually end up living and dying alone…

I just don’t think anyone could justify the idea that they should quit things that don’t have an audience.

originally 425… blush

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I’m an advocate of freely split infinitives no matter what purists / esteemed grammarians say. :-)

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ditto as to Pages, and even Grammarly.

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FYI, I have slashed my app count by half…

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if well organized Apple Notes won’t fail you. I have moved many things from Evernote and elsewhere to Apple Notes. My goal is to handle my everyday routine using as few third-party apps as possible.

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probably based on his installment loans for housing :-) while I think the Ulysses team priced their work a bit higher than expected, I’m still using it on a regular basis. But for Drafts, it’s quite another story.

agreed! And he had dropped Phraseology on account of “never having an audience” and intended to supplant it with Drafts. There were features that Drafts doesn’t offer though. I talked to him, but he was not forthcoming about the decision and the future of Phraseology. He was just pushing all audiences into subscriptions to Drafts. Money is a real concern but commitments are no less important in this crazy world.