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Hi

It's hard to shake off the feeling that Taylor is on to something, you find yourself provoked into thought or agreement.

--- I understand it this way: It's impossible not to notice that Taylor has got a plan and the reader finds himself provoked to either agree with him, or think why he (the reader) has a different opinion (than Taylor).

What do you think?
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Hi,

It's hard to shake off the feeling that Taylor is on to something, you find yourself provoked into thought or agreement.

--- I understand it this way: It's impossible not to notice that Taylor has got a plan and the reader finds himself provoked to either agree with him, or think why he (the reader) has a different opinion (than Taylor).

What do you think?

If 'you are on to something', it means you have made a discovery about something or had an idea about something, and usually that other people have not had this insight.

It;s hard to avoid the feeling that Taylor has had a good idea. You find yourself having to think about what he is saying or agree with him.

Clive
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Thanks Clive!