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Gang of Four Useful Writing Tools

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Modern times bring lots and lots of things that make the writing process much easier and far more comfortable than it ever was before. However, there is a problem - there are so many of them and it is so easy to get lost in the myriad of various writing tools that offer you so many beautiful things. Hopefully, I've checked several dozen of writing applications for you and chose those that I've found the most effective.

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Ern Malley and Importance of not being earnest

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It was quiet Saturday in October 1943 when lieutenant James McAuley and corporal Harold Stewart decided to take everything they disliked in the then-trendy modernist poetry and pump it up to the eleven in a well-wrought joke. What they've written sitting comfortably and constantly chuckling at their desks at Victoria Barracks had surprisingly wide-ranging set of unintended consequences.

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Literary hoax as an act of protest

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Sometimes it's curious to be fooled. Especially when it's not about money. Mainly because after that you can recreate your favorite moment from The Who's "Won't Be Fooled Again" - which is Roger Daltrey's seminal title check and piercing "Yeah!"-scream. You get a little bit wiser, little bit better because of it. You gain experience. And after that you can go on with your life like nothing happened. It may or may not bring a smile on your face much later on a certain occasion. You can also put your sunglasses on in the same time, but you're definitely better than that. 

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