What are you talking about? In another thread I'm right in the middle
of a highly technical discussion about plumbing lines and how a knob
thingy can be attached to the gizmo so it turns off the water when it
should be turning on the water if you're right-handed or red-haired.
How freakin' technical do you want?
I missed u!! I finished my English class. Guess what? We were given
two more books to read!!! These r my marks -- I got A+ Thank you for
My marks on test & quiz.
Also check out my new pet.
She just gave babies, they r soooooooo cute!!!
Is everyone in that group as retarded as you are?
Sorry, but "some quite interestingly cross posters..." is NOT correct.
"Some quite interesting cross-posters" would have been right.
What is interesting is that you missed it. I hope you don't represent
the many... Likely more like "the foo".
On Tue, 24 Jul 2007 16:49:25 -0700, Spurious Response
The two sentences have different meanings. "Interestingly cross
posters" means that the posters are cross in an interesting manner;
observing their crossness is interesting. "Interesting cross posters"
means that the posters, who are cross-posting to more than one
newsgroup, are interesting.
Laura used a play on words that obviously escaped you. As you
continue to add comments, it becomes apparent that more escapes you
than is caught by you. Your grasp is hampered by mental mittens.
If you are going to play in this group, you have to step your game up.
If you have a game.
Laura later amended her view to indicate that she was mistaken in her
belief that you were interestingly cross. I agree. You are just
run-of-the-mill surly. No one has suggested that you are interesting
in any other aspect.
If the word "cross" is unfamiliar to you, information on the meaning
is available in the dictionary.
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