vendersleighc at yahoo.com
Sat Aug 16 19:02:18 EDT 2003
>>Ah, Robyn - how do you fancy the popular
construction; "John thought to
That's pretty dreadful.>>
Yet "I thought to myself" seems quite
<Ah, I've met worse - and far too frequently.
"John thought in his mind" I
maintain is the nadir - after all, where else can
Its possible to know something in your heart and
have feelings in your gut but I don't believe
I've ever seen anyone claim that they think.
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