Calamatiygin has brought up a new point, the invention of the "fact-jack". As Jack, would have been J if referred to Jills companion, jack in the current sense refers to a lifting device to get under, or beneath an object, to find out hidden meanings, and underlying underpinning motives behind the sickeningly sweet facade of a fact. Thus the fact-jack. as comonly used in the urban environment: Honey, sorry I was held up at the office. Yes dear, that explains the long yellow hairs stuck to your shirt, the lipstick on your underwear, and that glazed look in your eyes. Dang, gurl, you just fact-jacked me!.
But back to the point of this thread, I think Professor Lep has a point, I have done it mihself, that is , edit out all the I's, thinking it makes my writing slicker, or more slick. I am seriously going to reflect on what I 'think' makes my writing better, and realize most all of the time, it is just not so.