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  1. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    19 Oct '15 09:47
    Originally posted by moonbus
    EDIT: BTW, the title of this thread contains a grammatical error and a mis-captialization.
    Assumed the grammatical error was deliberate.
    Don't know what "mis-captialization" is! 😛
  2. Subscribermoonbus
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    19 Oct '15 10:55
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    Assumed the grammatical error was deliberate.
    Don't know what "mis-captialization" is! 😛
    "Grammatical" should not have been capitalized.
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    19 Oct '15 10:56
    Next favorite grammatical error: "To boldly go where no man has gone before!"
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    19 Oct '15 14:00
    Originally posted by moonbus
    Next favorite grammatical error: "To boldly go where no man has gone before!"
    them's fightin words, honeybuns... 😠
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    19 Oct '15 14:03
    Originally posted by moonbus
    "Grammatical" should not have been capitalized.
    Are we missing a captial?
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    19 Oct '15 14:32
    moonbus: Next favorite grammatical error: "To boldly go where no man has gone before!"
    Originally posted by rookie54
    them's fightin words, honeybuns... 😠
    Yes, let's face it, how many times did the whole "boldly go" thing all boil down to Kirk, his fighting words, his torn shirt and lock of hair flopping down, and those plot-resolution fisticuffs? 😉
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    19 Oct '15 14:50
    Originally posted by FMF
    Yes, let's face it, how many times did the whole "boldly go" thing all boil down to Kirk, his fighting words, his torn shirt and lock of hair flopping down, and those plot-resolution fisticuffs? 😉
    There are reasons it was called "Wagon Train to the stars."

    http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/WagonTrainToTheStars
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    19 Oct '15 14:57
    Originally posted by JS357
    There are reasons it was called "Wagon Train to the stars."

    http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/WagonTrainToTheStars
    I think "The Last Ship" - two seasons under its belt and a third scheduled for 2016 - is Star Trek all over again.
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    19 Oct '15 15:02
    Originally posted by JS357
    http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/WagonTrainToTheStars
    Your link led me to http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/Firefly what is a show anyone will see will very agree it is good although ill-fate.
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    19 Oct '15 15:24
    Originally posted by rookie54
    them's fightin words, honeybuns... 😠
    Yeah right, violating the Prime Time Directive...
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    21 Oct '15 11:14
    Originally posted by moonbus
    "President/Senator/MP so-&-so has consistently maintained..." What they mean is "persistent" not "consistent".
    Not necessarily. If they persistently maintain it, they bring it up all the time. If they consistently maintain it, they stick to their stories. Either is possible; in fact, it's likely they do both.
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    21 Oct '15 11:16
    Mine, by the way, are the famous greengrocers apostrophe's.
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