You wrote: “ Some people don’t need the information you are passing along and some are not just interested.”

You just wrote the same thing twice in the same sentence. The first half of the sentence conveys exactly the same meaning as the second half of the compound sentence.

You wrote: “….some are not just interested.” I believe you meant: “….some are JUST NOT interested.”

“Not just interested” actually means they are interested.

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Alan Marshall Milner

Alan Marshall Milner

Alan is a poet, journalist, short story writer, editor, website developer, and political activist. He is the executive editor of BindleSnitch.com.

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