but it makes me sad when i do that, as i know the textual version could never compete my voice, which is left unhread by others ='(
yes, but i also prefer not to use calculators ever, good mental exercise.
although.. i never really used them, and as a child i were praised too much for my mathematical abilities which drove me into becoming something i didnt enjoy.
and i agree with most if not all of the points you made on previous post, its just hypocritical to scold of others writing if you dont invest _any_ effort into learning the language, you cant expect a language to be downgraded just for you. (you know the people with two thousand words vocabulary, who repeat same words all, all the time. most often vulgarity is present in their speech, as well as lack of modesty in any forms. and yes, these are natives often, and some native finnish speakers complain me for not speaking in a vulgaric manner, i suppose these people exist everywhere..)
then theres this 5% who have too small vocabulary to understand it.
when i am not in such mode, theres this 5% who only understand wikipedian.
and, the wikipedians wont understand anything else as mentioned, neither will the another 5% mentioned understand wikipedian.
thus i have to dissatisfy one of the 5%, including myself were i to choose wikipedian.
normally i could speak just fine by choosing wikipedian, cause majority of my expressivity is anyways done by body language/voice acting, but same applies not on writing. if i dont enjoy writing, then whats the point even?
lets say there is an information flow rate, lets say 100 is avarage.
it can be cut into slices, 75% expressivity by body language, 15% by voice quality and 10% by what you say. thats my estimation for myself, but when you go textual, then there is this excess of 90% of what i wish to communicate to you left unheard, unless i attempt to bring it all across through writing, which leads to the paradox of me writing slower than i get new ideas, which equals in over five thousand word length messages. and people complain when i write too long.