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Comment from: BV [Visitor]
Writing like this, and you criticize Tim and Chris? Are you acquainted with the word "chutzpah"?

FWIW, this ("researched with exhaustion") is very poorly constructed - the correct structure should be "exhaustively researched" - based on where/how you used the original phrasing. *sigh*
02/20/08 @ 14:05
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Yhutzpah the one with the chutzpah, B.V. Are you the great God of grammar (that's alliteration.) If you love trite phraseology, fine. I'm not a fan and continue to push the language within grammatical rules. You think Bob wasn't exhausted during and after the research? Poorly imitated, yes; poorly constructed, 'fraid not.
02/20/08 @ 16:43
Comment from: Tom [Visitor] Email
Dude, you don't follow grammatical rules at all and your word choice is particularly poor. You are not clever with language, but think you are. What a dork.
02/23/08 @ 16:31
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Tom again...we're here for you. Thanks for descending from Olympus to set the mortals straight. Guess what? I am clever with language and KNOW that I am. And if you want to have a grammar smack-off in any language, I'll take you on.
02/23/08 @ 18:16
Comment from: BV [Visitor]
It is to laugh. Ron, it's nice to see you can spell alliteration - but honestly...being grammatically correct is NOT "trite phraseology" it's simply right. "Pushing the envelope"?? All that gets you is a descent into ebonics....
02/25/08 @ 10:23
Comment from: Tom [Visitor] Email
Ron, you are not good enough to try pushing any envelope. You actually think you're funny or witty but your weird at best, full of non-sequiturs at worst. The voice with which you choose to write is not only condescending, but euphoric and scattered, like a chicken with the head cut off.

I don't have "smack-offs" with people and neither do golfers. "Smack-offs" are for rude people.
02/25/08 @ 15:33
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
02/25/08 @ 15:53

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