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Request for Ghoma

Dear Mr. Ghoma:

Is it just me or are you trying waaaay too hard to sound like a nobel laureate in your articles? Ghoma, just as a simple request from your brother, tone down the verbal array of magnificent literacy, and join us in the world we like to call reality. Noone is receiving any Nobel prize for their articles on this website, so there is noone to impress. I think you can get all your articles' point across with one paragraph without all the unneeded adjectives, adverbs, and jibberish. Please don't take this personally, it has been bugging me for a long time. I actually agree with much of what you say most of the time, but I have to search through a truckload of jibberish before I get to the point. I know you will probably respond by telling me that if I am not educated enough to read your articles then I shouldn't read them, but I just want people to benefit from your articles because I have a feeling that most, like myself, read the first sentence and say "Oh God, here we go again...." One of the main attributes of a good author is conciseness... so just get to the point and let us get on with our lives.

Sincerely,

Walad al-Saabry


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