|Moderated By: username -- (Not Moderated) -- Started: 1/22/1998 9:30:00 AM Revision History|
For all those who feel the compulsion to get into a serious discussion about the global ramifications of the Oval Orifice, no need to clutter up the rest of the site; this thread is for you. (I think he did, but that's all I'm gonna say about it.) Will it efect the markit? Will it efect our life's? That is what we are here to discuss. But before we do, let's get the rules straight, (and nothing personal, this is important for all of us).
There is a way to check spelling and grammar prior to posting your note. It's right there on your computer. I know you have it, there is no excuse. PLEASE try and use something resembling English.
1. The apostrophe, [`], is possibly the most misused little mark in the history of the language. Here is the deal: the possessive of most words is formed with an apostrophe. [Midge's husband is a nimrod.] The word "its" is possessive, but has no apostrophe. [The female Black Widow spider eats its mate.] If you shorten the phrase "it is", you're looking at "it's". [Screw the market, it's time to go surfing, dude.] Try and get this right, because you make yourself appear to be akin to Midge's husband if you fail repeatedly. (BTW, it's "CDs" not "CD's". Please try and get this stuff right.)
2. "There" and "their": "There" means `not over here, over there.' "Their" means `belonging to them'. [Their camping gear was stashed over there right before the aliens took them.]
3. For all you medicos out there, the medical affliction in question here shall henceforth be known as "Itchy Weenie Syndrome", [IWS].
4. I won't even get into stuff like "with all do respect". Let's [let us] just make an attempt to show all the folks [no apostrophe] that are seriously interested in this subject that we can write something that others [no apostrophe] can read.
LET THE GAMES BEGIN!
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