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kenpoprofessor
12-23-2012, 12:27
http://clashdaily.com/2012/12/gun-rights-q-a-with-a-liberal-2/


Pretty much everything is covered, though I know many of the socialists/statists here will disagree.


Have a great gun carryin' Kenpo day

Clyde

NEOH212
12-23-2012, 20:30
Well said!

:cool:

Kentucky Shooter
12-23-2012, 20:38
Awesome!!!

HollowHead
12-23-2012, 20:46
That guy needs to learn how to spell. HH

meathead19
12-23-2012, 21:19
That guy needs to learn how to spell. HH


Does it really matter if he doesn't spell every single word correct?

HollowHead
12-23-2012, 21:24
Does it really matter if he doesn't spell every single word correct?

If one wants to be taken seriously, yes. And it's "correctly." :tongueout: HH

meathead19
12-23-2012, 21:32
If one wants to be taken seriously, yes. And it's "correctly." :tongueout: HH

Hahaha....you got me on that one.

You libs and your perfect speech......:tongueout:

HollowHead
12-23-2012, 21:46
Hahaha....you got me on that one.

You libs and your perfect speech......:tongueout:

Actually, it's grammar...not speech. :tongueout: HH

meathead19
12-23-2012, 21:50
Actually, it's grammar...not speech. :tongueout: HH


I quite. You're brain power is two great. :embarassed:

jay-bird
12-23-2012, 21:55
Actually, it's grammar...not speech. :tongueout: HH

vs ...

An ellipsis consists of three evenly spaced dots (periods) with spaces between the ellipsis and surrounding letters or other marks. Your three periods don't mean anything.

Tiro Fijo
12-23-2012, 22:00
I quite. You're brain power is two[sic] great. :embarassed:



:rofl:

sum-dum-guy
12-23-2012, 22:31
I quite. You're brain power is two great. :embarassed:

"quit", Your..." and "too" lol If that was deliberate, it was pretty funny

SunsetMan
12-23-2012, 23:03
If one wants to be taken seriously, yes. And it's "correctly." :tongueout: HH

Thank you. I have long mourned the death of the adverb. What are they teaching in schools?

What really perplexes me is the frequency with which loose, lose and loss get misused.

HollowHead
12-23-2012, 23:29
Thank you. I have long mourned the death of the adverb. What are they teaching in schools?


Hard to say, as this Doug Giles who's quoted in the original post advocates home schooling. Let's just hope that he himself did no such instructing. HH

meathead19
12-24-2012, 06:41
"quit", Your..." and "too" lol If that was deliberate, it was pretty funny


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