For instance, if I said "We should use a proxy object here to create a streamlined interface and minimize coupling between these various systems"... how much information did that convey? If you're a programmer, that probably said a quite a bit in a very few words, because you understand a deeper meaning behind all those words.
Been programming for a long time. That sentence is useless. Its meaningless speech you direct at your manager who doesn't know what you're doing.
That may have meaning to people very involved with the project, but only if you're all on the exact same page, which is pretty much the case never.
Keep in mind, that even though slashdot just rediscovered the practice, this 'style' has been done before and it universally sucks.
This is nothing but a rediscovered fad for people who can't actually code but think they know all about it.