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Re: You're The Last Person Who Should Be Correcting Anyone's Grammar

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Posted by %%% on October 22, 1999 11:02:09 UTC

: : Surely, but when I can find a mistake in your english, then you are worst than me no? : : Plus I surely speak english better than you speak french or spanish no?

: : tenacious: : I hope it feels good %%%. : There's nothing more exhilerating than point out the shortcomings of others, is there? : Please, I thought this was a forum about expanding one's mind, not merely blurting statements that contain little more than "I'm better than you."

: Nobody is saying you aren't intelligent %%%. You should be sharing your intelligence with us (even with those such as the "6th backstreet boy"), as opposed to establishing your superiority over others with it.

Dear Tenacious,

You belong to that kind of people that I call "intolareble"... It seems that you are a stupid young human being without deep reflection. For example, you want to say something about this incident whereas it's seem to like the stupidity... I don't feel superior to the other, the word "worst" was attached to the sense "grammar level"... Is grammar level the synonym of intelligence? When yeah, then I would feel intellectually superior to the "6th bodybuilder with a little brain" ?

What you say has no are not logical and not deep, buy you a reflection mind ...

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