Originally Posted by RedFanAlways1966
See! See! This proves it. DUNN IS LAZY! Using the same rationale as I read on here sometimes, it is obvious with this latest statement.
"I definitely want to finish on a high note." Good lord... a very lazy way of talking.
High note? Two 4-letter words... how lazy. He could have been less lazy and used one longer word or a combo of longer words. Verbal laziness is not acceptable. How about: mighty note (6 letters & 4 letters), convincing fashion (two words, 10 & 7 letters), vigorously (10 letters).
Finish? How about "carry through"... or even "conclude".
Don't blame me... blame Dunn for this obvious display of verbal laziness.
Come on, Red Fan Always! When has the average baseball player been known for a great command of the English language? After playing all out for a game and getting peppered with questions from media who earn their living with language, Dunn is probably just getting his message across with the most economy he can.
And you criticize him for using two four-letter words to express himself? To quote you, "Good lord."