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GeneralRe: <strike>Literally</strike> <i>virtually> now literally means not Pin
TheGreatAndPowerfulOz14-Aug-13 18:58
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GeneralRe: <strike>Literally</strike> <i>virtually> now literally means not Pin
Tom Clement15-Aug-13 4:14
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
Dan Neely13-Aug-13 7:17
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
Nueman13-Aug-13 7:18
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
Tom Clement13-Aug-13 7:29
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
Smart K813-Aug-13 7:31
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
Ennis Ray Lynch, Jr.13-Aug-13 7:40
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
PB 369,78313-Aug-13 23:09
MemberPB 369,78313-Aug-13 23:09 
Yes I agree with the language evolving, what I don't agree with is a word that is now ambiguous when it's sole purpose is to clear up ambiguity. If I was actually pulling my hair out I would say 'I'm literally pulling my hair out', now however that sentence doesn't tell you whether I am or not.
GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
Silvabolt13-Aug-13 7:55
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
MehGerbil13-Aug-13 7:55
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
PB 369,78313-Aug-13 23:11
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
Klaus-Werner Konrad13-Aug-13 8:20
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
RedDk13-Aug-13 9:28
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
RedDk13-Aug-13 8:23
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
jschell13-Aug-13 8:59
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GuyThiebaut13-Aug-13 9:47
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
GuyThiebaut13-Aug-13 10:22
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
TheGreatAndPowerfulOz13-Aug-13 12:56
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
Tom Clement13-Aug-13 13:23
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
TheGreatAndPowerfulOz13-Aug-13 16:20
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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
Tom Clement13-Aug-13 17:48
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Vikram A Punathambekar13-Aug-13 18:34
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Mark_Wallace13-Aug-13 20:48
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