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• Posted by: cs^tbl
• Date: Monday, April 4, 2016, at 12:33 a.m.
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"When you consider the battles of ridiculously epic proportions being proposed in these superhero movies, the nastiness conveyed by their distrusting and distrusted characters, and, by the time of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, open expression of humanity's xenophobic political response to yesterday's bright saviors, particularly Superman in this case, one cannot help but understand why so many angry American men are actually voting for Donald Trump for president during this time."

I think it's been written here before, but the length of these lines is really way over the top. This is one line containing a whopping 72 words (I skipped the loose v here). I write professionally each working day, making SEO-proof texts for a large webshop (musical instruments retail, within the top-16 worldwide). A word count of 75 is what we do for a whole paragraph, based on five lines with max 15 words - roughly. Why? Because that's reasonable to read, and as a webshop we don't want to loose our customers obviously.

I mean, my paragraph had 5 or 6 lines (6 if you think the 'Why?' counts as one line), yet it's about as big as your single one line! And I just took a line from the whole review, it's certainly not the only line that large.

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