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    Rashida Guest

    distractive or distracting

    I feel his frustrations and dissatisfaction can be communicated a little less distractive.

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    Re: distractive or distracting

    I feel his frustrations and dissatisfactions could be communicated in a little less of a distractive nature.

    I feel his frustration and dissatisfaction could be communicated in a little less distracting way.

    You asked the question.
    Knowledge may be Power, but Understanding is Paramount.
    So - what's the difference here?

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