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someMidTowner

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it's literally screaming "THAT'S HOW CONDOS ARE BUILT".
That sounds louder than E Condos in a wind storm. Unless you mean it's figuratively screaming "THAT'S HOW CONDOS ARE BUILT"
 

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That sounds louder than E Condos in a wind storm. Unless you mean it's figuratively screaming "THAT'S HOW CONDOS ARE BUILT"
side note rant for the grammar police out there (not that someMidTowner is one of them) - the current day use of "literally" is an example of a common idiom in English where you use an antonym to add emphasis to your point. An expression like "hold fast" is the exact same thing. We dont go after people for using that. So stop going after people who use "literally"!! Ok Rant over.
 

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side note rant for the grammar police out there (not that someMidTowner is one of them) - the current day use of "literally" is an example of a common idiom in English where you use an antonym to add emphasis to your point. An expression like "hold fast" is the exact same thing. We dont go after people for using that. So stop going after people who use "literally"!! Ok Rant over.
I just had a hilarious mental image of a screaming building.
 

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