A high-powered team of cybernetic linguisticians have run detailed studies and concluded that, from the standpoint of syntax, Republican Presidential front-runner talks like a fourth-grader:
That, as regards vocabulary and grammar, merely. From the semantic-pragmatic standpoint, he speaks like a schoolyard bully.
This, however, is by no means to criticize our (potential) next President. (How foolish would that be, after all; he’ll have the power to revoke our Junior Woodchuck Blogger License.) Nay more, we have concluded that it is time to board that train before it leaves the station; and accordingly, we are preparing a series of scholarly monographs, written at a fourth-grade level, for exactly this audience.
The debut volume is called String Theory for Trump Voters, Simply Explained. It responds to an express desideratum from the top. “So what are these stupid little … stringy things, anyway?” the candidate mused in a recent broadcast. “Sounds totally bogus!”
(A prerequisite for this opus is the prequel, written at a third-grade level, Quantum Field Theory is our Friend!)
Other titles in the series:
The Homoousian Controversy: a Trumponomic perspective.
The Gospel according to The Donald.
In a junior-auxiliary line aimed at lower-information voters will be versions of the smash-hit “for Dummies” series, rewritten in Googolian “Simplified English”. Offerings include:
“Computers for Dummies” for Imbeciles
“Intermediate Arabic for Dummies” for Deaf-mutes
and the unique, twice-distilled
“ ‘Algebraic K-Theory for Dummies’ for Morons” for Trisomy-21.
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