Frank Trippett's Watching Out For Loaded Words

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The general title that Frank Trippett uses, “Watching Out for Loaded Words,” can make the reader predict what the passage is about. This type of title would make the reader curious about the reading so they might continue on and read the passage. Trippett uses an excessive amount of words to get his point across about using too many words to get a point across. “…A load of judgement or bias that plays upon the emotions instead of lighting up the understanding.” (Trippett 1) Trippett describes that too many words can take away the thought that is trying to be said. When trying to say something, there should be a good amount of words used to describe the topic without using a lot of words. “The trouble with loaded words is that they tend to short-circuit

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