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Daniel Pinkwater: It's 'Pundit,' Not 'Pundint'

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Daniel Pinkwater: It's 'Pundit,' Not 'Pundint'

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Daniel Pinkwater: It's 'Pundit,' Not 'Pundint'

Daniel Pinkwater: It's 'Pundit,' Not 'Pundint'

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Commentator Daniel Pinkwater cautions against saying "pundint" when we mean "pundit." He says he's not a language snob, but this bastardization of a word is too much for him. He hears the word "pundint" a lot in sports commentary.

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