Why NILF?

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  1. Boemy

    Boemy New Member

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    I was just thinking . . . why is Nothing in Life Is Free training shortened to NILF instead of NLIF or NILIF? In the titles of books, prepositions (in, by, around, etc) aren't capitalized, but verbs are . . . so NLIF makes more sense to me. Or if you capitalized every letter, you would get NILIF.
     
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    From experience, to the dyslexic NLF would be confusing..
     
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    It actually is NILIF, but I agree with Doberluv, STILAF..;)
     
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    Well, I think it should be changed to: STILAF. (some things in life are free)
     

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