Less is often more than enough. Yet some seem to yearn for more.
How can you say anything meaningful in 140 characters or less, ask the verbose plebs.
Send you an email containing 500 characters or less, I am not able to do that, they moan again.
It is an utter agony sometimes to communicate with [verbose] people.
You would think a generation that grew up with SMS, forcing them to send text no longer than 160 characters, would be able to handle character limits imposed by Twitter and Shortmail.
But alas, the philestines seems to love bathing their receivers with a needless amount of words.
A generation which wants everything done yesterday suddenly have time to waste on verbosity and poor communication skills.
My kingdom for brevity, my dear verbose simpleton.