People suck at adding things to articles. I'm not talking overall grammar or substance, I'm talking style. In this medium-sized article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Formula_One the word "however" appears 14 times. The word "although" appears 4 more. And I think you could safely delete every single instance. In most cases you could excise it outright and in a few more you'd have to restructure the sentence a little bit, but anyway you'd come out with a much smarter sounding article. Twits come along with a clause to add or a single fact, and instead of reworking the phrases that exist, they drop a "however", a comma, and go to work with their **** English. Another pet peeve of mine is overuse of the words "actually" and "basically" where twits use them as interjections before damn near every sentence to try to impress people with their use of three-syllable words.