If you have strong concerns about English usage, science reporting, language analysis, lexicography, or linguistic atrocities of any kind, you should use Language Log. It is well known for its delayed release. For best results daily use is recommended.
Although laboratory studies have shown the effectiveness of Language Log, it may not be for everyone. Federal regulations require Language Log to disclose possible adverse effects when used by children under twelve (12), by certain adults, or by small animals and birds that are said to evidence minimal language skills.
Possible side effects vary by age and may include nausea, diarrhea, constipation, or headache. If you experience nausea while using Language Log, take food or strong coffee. If diarrhea becomes severe, see your doctor. Constipation is the normal condition of Language Log writers and studies have shown that it can be contagious. If Language Log causes headache, you should complain directly to the writer. Users experiencing symptoms of blindness should not read Language Log.
Tell your doctor right away if your condition worsens or if you have sudden, unusual changes in behavior or recurring dark and depressing thoughts.
If you experience unwanted side effects, Language Log offers a money back guarantee and a free one-year subscription.Posted by Roger Shuy at April 1, 2008 08:48 AM