Thursday, June 22, 2006

A popular sentence

I use all of the top 25 nouns in one (non-sensical) sentence:

This time, I'd like to point out to the world that it's a fact that a major problem with the way things are done these days (either by a man, woman, or child) is that at work, or any place that involves a company or the government, a person is likely to work on a number of different cases in a week, a month, or a year and a person in one of these groups is likely to spend a large part of her life using her hands and eyes to simply follow what is going on, rather than actually acomplish something.

Try it yourself. Here's the list:

time, person, year, way, day, thing, man, world, life, hand, part, child, eye, woman, place, work, week, case, point, government, company, number, group, problem, fact.

[Hat tip to Marginal Revolution.]


Blogger Caliban said...

The fact is, the biggest problem any person running a family company faces in this life and this world is finding some way to complete work at the proper point in time - e.g. not taking a week to do what ought to be done in a day - without needlessly offending the government at the end of the year; while there is no one way to do this, a number of places address this (in part) by ensuring every man, woman, and child in the group has a hand in each thing they do, constantly keeping an eye out for special cases.

6/22/2006 6:28 PM  

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