1. Standard memberroyalchicken
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    10 Nov '05 09:19
    I want my grammar and spelling to be 'Christian'. Can someone explain how to make this happen?
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    10 Nov '05 09:21
    Originally posted by royalchicken
    I want my grammar and spelling to be 'Christian'. Can someone explain how to make this happen?
    Accept Jesus Christ as your personal saviour. 😉
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    10 Nov '05 09:221 edit
    Originally posted by dj2becker
    Accept Jesus Christ as your personal saviour. 😉
    What effect will this have on my syntax? For example, how would the structure of this sentence differ if it had been written by a Christian?
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    10 Nov '05 09:26
    Originally posted by royalchicken
    What effect will this have on my syntax? For example, how would the structure of this sentence differ if it had been written by a Christian?
    None at all. The only difference would be in the sense that your snytax would be 'Christian' because a 'Christian' wrote the syntax.
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    10 Nov '05 09:27
    Originally posted by royalchicken
    What effect will this have on my syntax? For example, how would the structure of this sentence differ if it had been written by a Christian?
    I believe it would be something like this:

    Originally posted by royalchicken
    what effects will this have on MY sintax? how would the structure of this sentense difference for example,if it has been written by CHRISTIAN?
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    10 Nov '05 09:29
    Originally posted by Starrman
    I believe it would be something like this:

    Originally posted by royalchicken
    [b]what effects will this have on MY sintax? how would the structure of this sentense difference for example,if it has been written by CHRISTIAN?
    [/b]
    are You sure ABOUT taht?
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    10 Nov '05 11:11
    Originally posted by dj2becker
    are You sure ABOUT taht?
    It would also need to be incorrectly spelt and contain numerous typographical errors to demonstrate that Christian script is divinely inspired.
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    10 Nov '05 11:12
    What is syntax anyway? Is it like giving money to the church?
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    10 Nov '05 11:26
    Originally posted by royalchicken
    I want my grammar and spelling to be 'Christian'. Can someone explain how to make this happen?
    Read Chesterton. Or Lewis. Or Tolkien.
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    10 Nov '05 11:30
    Originally posted by Maustrauser
    It would also need to be incorrectly spelt and contain numerous typographical errors to demonstrate that Christian script is divinely inspired.
    You could go the other way and pontificate--never use one word when ten pompous abstract terms will do. If you choose this style wearing a tall silly hat should help with the flow.
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    10 Nov '05 11:32
    Originally posted by Bosse de Nage
    You could go the other way and pontificate--never use one word when ten pompous abstract terms will do. If you choose this style wearing a tall silly hat should help with the flow.
    Or you could bleat instead of write.
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    10 Nov '05 11:35
    Originally posted by lucifershammer
    Or you could bleat instead of write.
    Would the Good Shepherd approve?
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    10 Nov '05 12:19
    Originally posted by Bosse de Nage
    Would the Good Shepherd approve?
    The Good Shepherd would rather we were sheep than wolves.
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    10 Nov '05 13:24
    Originally posted by Starrman
    What is syntax anyway? Is it like giving money to the church?
    That my friend is called a "tie-thing". "Syntax" is when a naturalistic government uses the Christians' tax money to teach evolution in schools.
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    10 Nov '05 13:34
    Originally posted by dj2becker
    That my friend is called a "tie-thing". "Syntax" is when a naturalistic government uses the Christians' tax money to teach evolution in schools.
    And what's wrong with teaching evolution in schools?

    Now, if they started teaching pole-dancing in schools:

    http://uk.news.yahoo.com/050327/80/ff3d8.html
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