When you write, “Something is going to happen tomorrow. . . . ” you’re short changing the reader. Why? The comment is only valid the day before the event. When it’s read later, the comment is wrong, inaccurate, and confusing. Worse, it does a disservice to the reader forcing them to first look for what does not exist and then to research only to find that the event is ling gone.
So, don’t write that way. You’re smarter than that.
Always, always, always write for clarity, ease of understanding, and to present material that is understood without explanation or further research.
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