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Floppin's Sandy Hook Thread - You knew it was coming.

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When someone uses the word apparently, it means that something has been expained to them.

uh no not at all actually

ap·par·ent·ly

/əˈparəntlē/

Adverb

  • As far as one knows or can see: "the child nodded, apparently content with the promise".
  • Used by speakers or writers to avoid committing themselves to the truth of what they are saying.

Synonyms

evidently - obviously - seemingly - clearly

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Besides. I didn't say anything until you had literally filled up almost 4 pages with nonsense. That's retarded.

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All the information about the case. That's what the thread is about. It's not for you and YML to have your own little hissy fits in.

Don't pitch a bitch when you get called out for hijacking a thread with your little internet girl fights. How about that?

no it sure seems like this thread is about portraying yet another mass murder as a big gubmint conspiracy but that could just be the links to godlikeproductions talking

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uh no not at all actually

ap·par·ent·ly

/əˈparəntlē/

Adverb

  • As far as one knows or can see: "the child nodded, apparently content with the promise".

  • Used by speakers or writers to avoid committing themselves to the truth of what they are saying.

Synonyms

evidently - obviously - seemingly - clearly

Hah, nice made up second bullet to that definition.

Here's the real definition to apparent.

apparently  

ap·par·ent [uh-par-uh nt, uh-pair-] Show IPA

adjective

1.

readily seen; exposed to sight; open to view; visible: The crack in the wall was readily apparent.

2.

capable of being easily perceived or understood; plain or clear; obvious: The solution to the problem was apparent to all.

3.

according to appearances, initial evidence, incomplete results, etc.; ostensible rather than actual: He was the apparent winner of the election.

4.

entitled to a right of inheritance by birth, indefeasible except by one's death before that of the ancestor, to an inherited throne, title, or other estate.

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no it sure seems like this thread is about portraying yet another mass murder as a big gubmint conspiracy but that could just be the links to godlikeproductions talking

The one link, that provides real and sourced information regarding the Lanza's and a School official. I even put a disclaimer that it very well might be nothing, but was good food for though.

Quit being a douche.

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No. Just saying you never had a grandpa. Which makes you envious of me. You mad bro ?

stfu. no one cares. and take your pedo pawpaw with you

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the "real" definition doesn't contradict my post in any way

how do you not know what "apparently" means?

what about apparent?

ap·par·ent

/əˈparənt/

Adjective

  • Clearly visible or understood; obvious.
  • Seeming real or true, but not necessarily so.

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the "real" definition doesn't contradict my post in any way

how do you not know what "apparently" means?

what about apparent?

ap·par·ent

/əˈparənt/

Adjective

  • Clearly visible or understood; obvious.

  • Seeming real or true, but not necessarily so.

In the context of that sentence, it means what I said. That he had been informed that it was because of an ID. It doesn't mean "here's a fact that I just made up".

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the root of apparent is "to appear." please explain to me dear tinfoil hatter how things actually "are" as they "appear"

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