Interested? Or not?

Two words, disinterested and uninterested, are misused quite often. Many people believe they mean the same thing. Actually, they have completely different meanings.

A disinterested person is one who is impartial or objective, but may still still be interested or curious regarding what is going on. On the other hand, one who is uninterested (has no interest) just doesn’t care in the least.

Check it out, unless you are uninterested.


About stanleygraphics

I am a veteran graphic designer who started at the time when cut and paste meant an X-acto knife and rubber cement. I use my experience to educate others. I have an intolerance for ignorance and stupidity.
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