CRAIG CONLEY (Prof. Oddfellow) is recognized by Encarta as “America’s most creative and diligent scholar of letters, words and punctuation.” He has been called a “language fanatic” by Page Six gossip columnist Cindy Adams, a “cult hero” by Publisher’s Weekly, and “a true Renaissance man of the modern era, diving headfirst into comprehensive, open-minded study of realms obscured or merely obscure” by Clint Marsh. An eccentric scholar, Conley’s ideas are often decades ahead of their time. He invented the concept of the “virtual pet” in 1980, fifteen years before the debut of the popular “Tamagotchi” in Japan. His virtual pet, actually a rare flower, still thrives and has reached an incomprehensible size. Conley’s website is OneLetterWords.com.
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"I've said it before, but it bears repeating—the people here are crazy."
L. A. Kelley, The Rules for Living

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"It bears repeating."
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"It bears repeating that text is not synonymous with writing; a text can be instantiated in many different forms of writing."
Günter Figal, Aesthetics as Phenomenology: The Appearance of Things

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"The point bears repeating: So far as history knows, Plato invented Atlantis out of whole cloth."
Foundations of Atlantis, Ancient Astronauts and Other Alternative Pasts, 2015

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"Finding ways to tease out the creativity in all of us is a significant idea that bears repeating and repeating and repeating."
Innovation and Entrepreneurship: A Competency Framework

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"It bears repeating that chess is 1400 years old and that our ancestors were some pretty clever people."
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"It bears repeating that yes, Virginia, cheerleading is a sport."
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"Don't allow your knees to travel beyond your toes.  We know we said this before, but it bears repeating."
LaReine Chabut, Weight Training for Dummies

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"It bears repeating.  Reading a good poem once is rarely enough."
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"Universal truth bears repeating."
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"Be especially wary when working or recreating around water, which seems obvious but bears repeating."
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"It bears repeating that eating and dieting can be affected by things that seemingly have no connection to them."
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"It also bears repeating that writers about leisure give very little attention to work."
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"It bears repeating: you can't escape or ignore the way you were raised."
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"It bears repeating that no time map, however elegant or compelling, can ever claim to be exclusive or definitive, especially in a society as dynamic as Rome's was in the half millennium before the birth of Christ."
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"It bears repeating — the New Game must involve everyone."
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"It bears repeating that we will never be less transparent, will never have less information, and will never be less connected than we are today."
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"It bears repeating that chocolate as we know it—that smooth and silky blend of sweetness and earth—is as much a product of the Industrial Revolution as steam kettles and newsprint."
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"It bears repeating that suicide is never the result of just one stressor."
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"It bears repeating, however, that to say that history shares many qualities with literature is not to suggest that it is simply 'fiction'—mythical or fanciful—but to underscore that historical facts, like literary meanings, are not inherently meaningful."
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