Thursday, June 28, 2007

CARELESS! CARELESS! CARELESS!

WRITERS, TRY PROOFING!

Is this confusing as well as sloppy?
"Once we get more information from the contractor will be giving notice to everyone on lane closures and detours."
Dave Battagello, "Rail bridge refit placed on fast track", The Windsor Star, Thursday, June 28, 2007.

TODAY'S WORD

The word for today is "obfuscation".
Define the word and use it in a sentence. Referring to the example above is allowed.

1 comment:

Erin said...

That is bizarre. Of all the words in the English language "obfuscation" [corrected spelling] has come up twice in the last two days - once on your blog and once in my friend's facebook status yesterday. The meaning of this phenomena is unclear and confusing.