By Kevin Sheehan, Special Columnist
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If there is anything that can be confusing, it is unnecessary redundancy and a superfluous use of repetitious words. Quite often, people use it in a way when they are trying to pull the wool over someone’s eyes, so to speak. In being direct you can find truth, and in ambiguity there is deception.
Not that every ambiguous statement is deceitful, but information can be dispersed when needed in time.
I am sure that we can all think of an instance when avoidance can be more beneficial to the speaker rather than the listener, but to avoid and manipulate answers to questions gives the situation an unfair perspective between individuals.
Perhaps double speak and being repetitive might seem to fill a silence that may be awkwardly left exposed, but while silence may be awkward, it is not as confusing. Perhaps the ambiguity of all previously stated is confusing, but maybe it just drives home the point of keeping things simple.
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