Comment 47350

By realfreeenterpriser (registered) | Posted September 08, 2010 at 12:10:37

At the risk of being too frank, I frankly wish they'd ban the use of the term "frankly", "quite frankly" and "to be frank" in the Council chamber. Frankly, I've heard Terry Whitehead (and, frankly, countless others) begin far too many tedious, long-winded, self-promoting, ward-healing, insomnia-curing monologues with "quite frankly". It begs the question, how the hell long would the verbal inertia have lasted if it was just "frankly" and not "quite frankly"?

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