Profundo de Profundis, and remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question:
Re clickbait, see for example:What's the opposite of clickbait? https://t.co/VSYkI2MM6o— Davos DeVille (@DavosDeville) January 23, 2019
Before Buying into the Idea that Fractional Reserve Banking has Some Sort of Fraudulent Roots, Listen To This Battlecry From A Supermodel
I've mentioned I only have two clickbait moves. There's the "Listen to this battle cry from a supermodel" (and variants) move:
"Before You Say You've Never Discriminated Against Someone, Listen To This Battlecry From A Model"
And the "one weird trick" move:In the intro., an ADDled mind combines the Spanish profundo (deep) with the Latin De Profundis, a prayer made popular by the Catholics* and/or a love letter from Oscar Wilde to his boyfriend Alfred Douglas whose father's position as a 9th Marquess led, in part, to Oscar composing said letter while resident in Reading Gaol.
Warren Buffet Uses This One Weird Trick to Be Persuasive*
I maybe should have gone with Buffet for this George Selgin piece at Cato...
*De profundis clamavi ad te, Domine;
(Out of the depths I cry to You, O Lord; Lord, hear my voice.)