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  1. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    21 Jul '14 20:55
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    That that is is. That that is not is not. Is not that it? It is.
    "Can you answer this punctuation riddle? 10 pts to first right answer!?

    Okay, the first person that can punctuate this statement gets 10 points.
    that that is is that that is not is not is that it it is

    Groparul answered 5 years ago: "That that is, is. That that is not, is not. Is that it? It is."

    https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100206143022AAlUlrH
  2. rebel city
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    21 Jul '14 20:57
    All the faith he had had had had no effect in his life.
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    21 Jul '14 21:431 edit
    "Far, får får får? Nej, inte får får får, får får lamm."



    Father, do sheep have sheep? No, sheep do not have sheep, sheep have lambs.
  4. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    21 Jul '14 21:47
    Originally posted by lolof
    "Far, får får får? Nej, inte får får får, får får lamm."



    Dad, do sheep have sheep? No, sheep do not have sheep, sheep have lambs.
    Underbar forum inlägg.
  5. Joined
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    21 Jul '14 21:48
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    Underbar forum inlägg.
    Tack, tack 🙂
  6. Standard memberHandyAndy
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    21 Jul '14 21:56
    Punctuate this one:

    Tom while Tim had had had had had had had had had had had a better effect on the teacher.
  7. Joined
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    21 Jul '14 22:04
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Punctuate this one:

    Tom while Tim had had had had had had had had had had had a better effect on the teacher.
    Are you sure there aren't a few 'had' too many...?
  8. Standard memberChessPraxis
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    21 Jul '14 22:09
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Punctuate this one:

    Tom while Tim had had had had had had had had had had had a better effect on the teacher.
    [jedclampet] That's a whole heap of had'n fer one feller named Tom. Weeeeeeell DOGGIES!![/jedclampet]
  9. hirsute rooster
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    22 Jul '14 00:00
    a woman without her man is nothing
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    A woman: without her; man is nothing!
  10. Standard memberHandyAndy
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    22 Jul '14 01:06
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Punctuate this one:

    Tom while Tim had had had had had had had had had had had a better effect on the teacher.
    Hint: Tom and Tim are students who had submitted essays in school. Tom's offering got a better grade.
  11. Standard memberChessPraxis
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    22 Jul '14 01:22
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Hint: Tom and Tim are students who had submitted essays in school. Tom's offering got a better grade.
    I'll wait until the third bonus round to join this game. 😕
  12. Standard memberlemon lime
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    22 Jul '14 01:57
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    What criteria would you employ?
    I wouldn't employ any criteria until I first tried to get that criteria to work for free... I'm always looking for volunteers.
  13. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    22 Jul '14 02:12
    Originally posted by lemon lime
    I wouldn't employ any criteria until I first tried to get that criteria to work for free... I'm always looking for volunteers.
    "em·ploy: /emˈploi/ verb: employ; 3rd person present: employs; past tense: employed; past participle: employed; gerund or present participle: employing

    1. give work to (someone) and pay them for it. "the firm employs 150 people"

    synonyms: hire, engage, recruit, take on, secure the services of, sign up, sign, put on the payroll, enroll, appoint; More retain, contract; indenture, apprentice "she employed a chauffeur" working, in work, in employment, holding down a job; earning, wage-earning, waged, breadwinning "up to forty percent of employed people are in part-time jobs" antonyms: dismiss

    keep occupied. "most of the newcomers are employed in developing the technology into a product" synonyms: occupy, engage, involve, keep busy, tie up; More absorb, engross, immerse "Julio was employed in carving a stone figure"

    2. make use of. "the methods they have employed to collect the data" synonyms: use, utilize, make use of, avail oneself of; More apply, exercise, practice, put into practice, exert, bring into play, bring to bear; draw on, resort to, turn to, have recourse to "the team employed subtle psychological tactics" (employ/Google)
  14. Standard memberlemon lime
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    22 Jul '14 02:44
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    "em·ploy: /emˈploi/ verb: employ; 3rd person present: employs; past tense: employed; past participle: employed; gerund or present participle: employing

    1. give work to (someone) and pay them for it. "the firm employs 150 people"

    synonyms: hire, engage, recruit, take on, secure the services of, sign up, sign, put on the payroll, enroll, appoint; Mo ...[text shortened]... t to, turn to, have recourse to "the team employed subtle psychological tactics" (employ/Google)
    criteria: /cry·tear·ee·yah/ noun:

    1. a cafeteria for crybabies

    2. someone who will hopefully work for free; potential volunteer
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    22 Jul '14 06:12
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Hint: Tom and Tim are students who had submitted essays in school. Tom's offering got a better grade.
    I know the answer and the meaning of the sentence, but I googled it, and it doesn't count, does it?
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