1. Standard memberRBHILL
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    24 Nov '05 02:111 edit
    Have you seen those Got Jesus? stickers on cars?

    Or Billboards that say, "Ready or not hear I come".
    -God

    There is one on highway 99 in California.
  2. Standard memberwindmill
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    24 Nov '05 02:14
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    Have you seen those Got Jesus? stickers on cars?

    Or Billboards that say, "Ready or not hear I come".
    -God

    There is one on highway 99 in California.
    Well....Bring it on!
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    24 Nov '05 02:19
    to show the other side of the coin

    http://www.maledicta.com/images/catalog/tshirt/gotsatan.gif
  4. Standard memberRBHILL
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    24 Nov '05 02:31
    Originally posted by aspviper666
    to show the other side of the coin

    http://www.maledicta.com/images/catalog/tshirt/gotsatan.gif
    Well, of course you have to do that.
    Satan is a copy cat. If you read the last book of the Bible it talks about how there are 3 like the Trinity.

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  5. Standard memberwindmill
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    24 Nov '05 02:39
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    Well, of course you have to do that.
    Satan is a copy cat. If you read the last book of the Bible it talks about how there are 3 like the Trinity.

    http://www.redhotpawn.com/profile/playerprofile.php?uid=35439
    WOW!
  6. Standard memberwindmill
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    24 Nov '05 03:12
    Mabey u should help that person RB?
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    24 Nov '05 03:20
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    it talks about how
    Every time I see language such as this in a student paper concerned with texts, I cross these words out. Sometimes I write a sarcastic comment.

    Sadly, such nonsense is becoming more common.

    Books dont never talk 'bout nothin'. They're mute.

    Also please consider how the folks on Madison Avenue, who, at the behest of the International Dairy Foods Association, designed one of the most successful advertising campaigns in the history of marketing, are going to enjoy learning that "Got Jesus" is an example of Godly originality.
  8. Standard memberRBHILL
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    24 Nov '05 03:34
    Originally posted by Wulebgr
    Every time I see language such as this in a student paper concerned with texts, I cross these words out. Sometimes I write a sarcastic comment.

    Sadly, such nonsense is becoming more common.

    Books dont never talk 'bout nothin'. They're mute.

    Also please consider how the folks on Madison Avenue, who, at the behest of the International Dairy Foods A ...[text shortened]... of marketing, are going to enjoy learning that "Got Jesus" is an example of Godly originality.
    Just like when someone says what does your watch say. LOL
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    24 Nov '05 03:36
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    Just like when someone says what does your watch say. LOL
    That depends on how naughty you are?
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    24 Nov '05 09:58
    Originally posted by Wulebgr
    Books dont never talk 'bout nothin'. They're mute.
    Try entering define:talk into google and you will find out that:

    discussion; (`talk about' is a less formal alternative for `discussion of'😉; "his poetry contains much talk about love and anger"

    To say that a book talks about something is common usage of english and therefore correct english. The word talk does not neccessarily imply sound and books are not mute either.

    Have you ever heard the phrase "speaks volumes" ?
  11. Standard memberWulebgr
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    24 Nov '05 15:142 edits
    Originally posted by twhitehead
    To say that a book talks about something is common usage of english and therefore correct english.
    Common usage is often incorrect, especially when it offends the ear, as "talks about" most often will. The most common usage is frequently the most egregious offense, and incorrect. Consider the way most people use personal pronouns, for example. Now find one respectable serial publication that permits such usage in its pages.

    Of course, in time, certain expressions become so common that our notions of grammar and even spelling must change, as when certain dictionaries have dropped the a from caramel (carmel) because few pronounce it correctly, or added an r to sherbet (sherbert) for the same reason.

    As RB's offenses against the language and common sense go, this one is minor. But it offends no less.

    Originally posted by RBHILL
    Just like when someone says what does your watch say. LOL

    I wouldn't say this. I ask the time, except more often people ask me.

    "Wulebgr, what does your watch say?"
    "Tick, tick, tick."
    "Okay, ass**l*, what time is it?"
    "Seven seventeen."
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    24 Nov '05 16:441 edit
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    Just like when someone says what does your watch say. LOL
    i always like it when someone asks me what time it is and points to their wrist as if it had a watch
    i always say yes i know where my watch is you neednt point to your wrist, and then i ask them where the restroom is and point to my crotch
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    26 Nov '05 21:30
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    Have you seen those Got Jesus? stickers on cars?

    Or Billboards that say, "Ready or not hear I come".
    -God

    There is one on highway 99 in California.
    I like the bumper sticker :

    'jesus loves you, everyone else thinks you're a tw@'
  14. Standard memberNemesio
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    26 Nov '05 22:30
    Originally posted by Wulebgr
    Every time I see language such as this in a student paper concerned with texts, I cross these words out. Sometimes I write a sarcastic comment.

    Sadly, such nonsense is becoming more common.

    Books dont never talk 'bout nothin'. They're mute.

    Also please consider how the folks on Madison Avenue, who, at the behest of the International Dairy Foods A ...[text shortened]... of marketing, are going to enjoy learning that "Got Jesus" is an example of Godly originality.
    I didn't here what you said.

    😉
  15. Standard memberWulebgr
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    26 Nov '05 23:47
    Originally posted by Nemesio
    I didn't here what you said.

    😉
    You had to be their!

    😛
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