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saints having what 5 winning seasons the last 20 years and they think we are new to success, like they have been winners all this time?

 

you talking about the team who has never won a road playoff game in there existence?  

 

what model for success has that as a blueprint?  Saints are still the same thing today.....dome is there only hope

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you talking about the team who has never won a road playoff game in there existence?  

 

what model for success has that as a blueprint?  Saints are still the same thing today.....dome is there only hope

yea i recall a few guys saying that we are new to success and dont know how to handle it, but saying that kinda means they feel they have been winning for quite some time.  Even The Fat said something here like they have been great the last seven years, but the truth is they were less than average three of those years.  And well, before that, we all know what the Saints really were:

 

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Based on what?

 

Skin-tone. Percieved intelligence and skin tone are directly correlated. White QBs are super intelligent pocket-passers. The darker the skin gets, the more athletic the QB is and the less intelligent. Cam is clearly darker than Russell; therefore, less intelligent. He does pick up a +2 for speed, +3 agility, and has a higher success rate at stealing and picking locks.

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Skin-tone. Percieved intelligence and skin tone are directly correlated. White QBs are super intelligent pocket-passers. The darker the skin gets, the more athletic the QB is and the less intelligent. Cam is clearly darker than Russell; therefore, less intelligent. He does pick up a +2 for speed, +3 agility, and has a higher success rate at stealing and picking locks.

Is this sarcasm or a bad joke?

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Is this sarcasm or a bad joke?

 

The beginning is neither sarcasm or a joke; it is what is potrayed by the media.  The end is an ironic joke poking fun at that mindset.

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The beginning is neither sarcasm or a joke; it is what is potrayed by the media.  The end is an ironic joke poking fun at that mindset.

It can be certainly be argued 

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i've noticed a lot of them are depending on us to take care of Seattle, because they know we match up way better against them than they do.  but yea, panthers still suck

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Now I'm no grammar Nazi, but I'm 95% sure that this sentence is, in fact, grammatically incorrect.

 

 

 

Now I'm no grammar Nazi, but I'm 95% sure that "I'm assuming that you proof-read texts and e-mails before you send them" is, in fact, not a question.

 

 

 

Now I'm no grammar Nazi, but I'm 95% sure that a comma should be inserted between "intelligent" and "but."

 

 

 
Now I'm no grammar Nazi, but I'm 95% sure that a comma should be inserted between "people" and "it."
 
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ur welcome, i hope u have a nice day cuz its gonna be a long one in the old bayou of new orleans louisiana when the CAROLINA PANTHERS r in town. get ready too have a helluva nite sunday when are team comes in to ur dome and staples drew brees'es neck too the turf!!!!!!!!!1111one

 

 

All of these "errors" that you have found are in fact not errors at all.

 

While the first two examples that you cited might not be perfect grammar, they are the result of my embrace of dramatic license with my writing. Note that the meaning is not lost, but emphasized in both of the examples you quoted.

 

In third exampled that you cited, a comma is actually not required before a conjunction due to the second half of the sentence being a dependent clause.

 

And finally, the fourth example you quoted does not require a comma. It is optional, however.

 

Thank you for taking the time to read my posts. I'm glad that there are other posters with a solid grasp of the English language on this board.

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when dat catfish alice types, y'all better listen.

does this look like the face of a man who doesn't know what he's talking about?

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Hey Philly, looks like one of your fellow fans has something to say to you!

Their fanbase is the truly bad part of it. On the tube when ever I do hate weeks with the loser fans on there, they get personal and facebook stalk you then attack your family. truly pathetic because in reality, it is just a game and the fans can't control what happens in it. (just dont ask seattle that because here in washington they truly think they ARE the team smh)

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Well,  since I always picture a french Forest Gump whenever I hear one of em talk,   we can use a best guess as to what they're saying.     

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