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A Note on the Art of FlamingThe art of flaming is oft denigrated, largely due to the puerile outbursts and personal attacks that countless flamers exude each day. But the skillful flamer doesn't resort to below-the-belt blows or figurative ear-chewing. Those who practice the art of the flame understand that flames can have many beneficial effects, especially if they hit the target with devastating accuracy.
A well-crafted flame is direct and effective. It doesn't waste your time with abstractions, obfuscations, or secondary agendas. It communicates. A well-crafted flame points out the weaknesses of the target with wicked efficiency and thus acts as an invitation to improvement. It can strip an issue to the bare bones truth not always a pretty sight, but the truth nonethless.
Your Very Own FlameA good flame can be tonic for the soul. The Daily Flame welcomes submissions from its readers.
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