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07-20-2008, 01:56 PM
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Originally Posted by HoosierDaddy View Post
If you're going to correct someone's grammer you should make damn sure yours is correct. I'm no gramarian, but I think you meant to write "...but it's (contraction of it is) and you ended a sentence with a preposition "...defer to..."

I sould stick to hockey commentary.
Originally Posted by chosen View Post
It's it's not its.

Sorry, couldn't resist.
Tried to be polite and point out that he was using the incorrect word countless times to relay his message to the community. I never said he had to submit a proper research paper.

I suppose there is an exemption from the rule if your correcting the grammar of one who just pointed out that another was using an incorrect word.

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