Against the Future Tense, Its Use

It represents a case either of hubris or carelessness any time one of us employs the future tense — rather than one of the subjunctive forms of the verb instead, that is. The indicative mood is the province of the past and present, exclusively — and, from what I can gather, barely even the latter of those two.

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