We Need to Learn to Say “And” Instead of “But”
Nicole Francesca

I heard this in a radio commercial the other day. A sports fig’r was noting that he could go anywhere in the country for a medical service BUT he goes to a fellow in this listening area. I thought the ‘but’ rather than ‘and’ was a bit jarring and an interesting choice of wording. It made me question whether or not I would go to the same professional based on the statement made by the commentator.

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