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In Topic: New Panther Club in Atlanta

Yesterday, 11:22 PM

Good luck, and God's speed John Glenn.

In Topic: Kuechly becoming household name?

Yesterday, 10:42 PM

This is the most arbitrary and pretentious grammar rule ever. English is a Germanic language, and in German ending a sentence with a preposition is not only acceptable, it's often required. The preposition is attached to the verb.

The only reason we have the preposition rule is because in Latin ending sentences with a preposition really fugs poo up. See what I did there? Up is a part of the verb fug. By German rules we would even know it as upfug, and we would separate it out as needed.

Some stuck up assholes who had trouble teaching Latin to their students came up with the preposition rule to make learning Latin grammar rules easier, but in English it makes no damn sense.


Wow.  Thanks for the grammar lesson regarding humorous jabs on a message board  I hope you don't get a traffic ticket for something you don't feel was warranted.


You may or may not have anger issues...was your Latin proctor an asshole?

In Topic: Kuechly becoming household name?

22 July 2014 - 10:59 PM

My wife and I met him on the street in Charlotte after a Knights game recently and she hasn't been the same since.

Sent from my iPhizzle while pooping using CarolinaHizzle


You ended your sentence with a preposition. 


Granted, my wife may have flipped the bean right there in the street if she met Kuechly in person but, the preposition.

In Topic: Cam Newton still limited in mobility

22 July 2014 - 10:48 PM

And I laugh at people making this a big deal when everything appears to be back on track.  I have heard nothing to the contrary and there is no reason to think this is a problem at this point.  In fact everything I have read suggested he is ahead of pace not behind.


Preposition.  You ended your sentence with one.  Desist.

In Topic: Cam Newton still limited in mobility

22 July 2014 - 10:46 PM

This isn't good guys. At 25 he's already past his prime. We need to be looking else where. 


Never end a sentence with a preposition.

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