Book review: “I’ll Take Your Questions Now”

You're not using semaphore flags.

Nope, what you're saying is clear and concise, spoken in plain language, enunciated, not rushed. You're not mumbling, you're communicating as precisely as possible but as in the new book "I'll Take Your Questions Now" by Stephanie Grisham, it's possible, even still, that the message is received all wrong.

It is probable today that most Americans . . .

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