"There are other terms in use and still other stage classifications. Of course, this makes for a messy kind of communication, although in practice oncologists seem to be able to speak with one another without apparent misunderstanding."
It will be the incorrect use of commas that broke the world.
"We’re Living in the Panopticon"
"One shirtless grown man shouted “Are you kidding me?” and threw his half-eaten burger into the nearest garbage container and burst into a full-on sprint."
"We’re almost looking at Tor as technological epidemiologists,” Mednick said."
"I get tired of people looking at my songs and feeling that they’re all sad and dark,” she says. “There’s more to them than that. Some people might read Flannery O’Connor and see that as simply dark, and it is dark and disturbing, but there’s a philosophical aspect, even a comical aspect to it as well. I think that’s all there on this album — it’s a full circle, like I’ve come through a metamorphosis."
A Lucinda Flannery reference! Who knew!