2. Law of Exclamation

In emails or other written forms of communication, it is challenging to express the context of certain ideas. There are times when those who claim to be experts lose their cool when challenged. In lieu of all caps, they opt for more exclamations, triggering the Law of Exclamation. Basically, any post or email statement ending with more than one exclamation point is considered untrue. This law is a prime example of the harder you try for emphasis, the quicker you lose credibility.

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