By El Camino - 25/11/2010 21:01 - United States
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Hockeyplayer, your generalisation offends me. That would be like me saying, "You are a complete and absolute moron." Except that my generalisation is more likely to be true. There are lots of Grammar Nazis here, and the fact that you don't like us will not make us stop or go away. In fact, your continued use of poor grammar will only bring more of us out of the woodwork.
Ishki, it's whatever the fuck I say it is. It's my goddamned lesson. If I wanted to call it Lesson Beta, I could. Demetrius, I was totally expecting this response. But thank you for showing all of us that you're a narrow-minded American. Please realize that every English-speaking country outside the US spells it "generalisation." Americans didn't invent the English language.
Doc, I'm pretty sure everyone knows Americans didn't invent the English language, hence the name English, which goes with England. All smartassery aside, (yes, I just used a word that technically isn't a word) not all Americans are narrow minded. Sorry, I just had to say it.
Actually, it's perfectly fine to start a sentence with and as long as you don't overdo it and it's not from complete ignorance of proper sentence structure. High school English teachers will generally preach against it, but once you hit college, professors will usually accept it. That doesn't excuse his use of an apostrophe to pluralize Nazi, though.