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There is only one way to avoid criticism: do nothing, say nothing, and be nothing. -Aristotle (i. you can't avoid criticism so you must just learn to accept it and go on with your life. Accept yourself flaws and all).
Watch out for the joy stealers: Gossip, criticism, complaining, faultfinding, and a negative judgmental attitude.
No excuses: Gary Neville speaks out on Jamie Carragher spitting incident - Carragher was caught on camera spitting towards a family of Manchester United fans after last weekend's showdown with Liverpool. And the fallout of that incident has seen him come in for plenty of criticism with claims he should lose his punditry role at Sky Sports. Sky Sports suspended Carragher today meaning he won't appear on tonight's Monday Night Football coverage of Manchester City's visit to Stoke. Neville…
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This sentence begins the best article you will ever read. Chances are you thought that last statement might be sarcasm. Sarcasm as linguist Robert Gibbs noted includes words used to express something other than and especially the opposite of the literal meaning of a sentence. A form of irony it also tends to be directed toward a specific individual. However its not always easy to figure out if a writer is being sarcastic particularly as we march ahead in a digital age that has transformed…