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    28 Feb '07 13:50
    I'm not perfect.
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    28 Feb '07 14:10
    Originally posted by josephw
    I'm not perfect.
    2. You don't check your spelling and grammar even in thread titles.
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    28 Feb '07 14:36
    Originally posted by josephw
    I'm not perfect.
    That's the second best thing about me.
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    28 Feb '07 14:49
    Originally posted by twhitehead
    2. You don't check your spelling and grammar even in thread titles.
    I meant worse not worst. Can't I even get that right?
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    Originally posted by josephw
    I'm not perfect.
    The perfection of your life is your death, so be glad that you aren't perfect.
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    01 Mar '07 01:16
    Originally posted by twhitehead
    2. You don't check your spelling and grammar even in thread titles.
    He spelled everything correctly and his grammar was flawless.
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    01 Mar '07 01:381 edit
    Originally posted by SharpeMother
    He spelled everything correctly and his grammar was flawless.
    Well, English isn't my first language. But I think 'worst' is a more suitable word in this particular case.

    WORSE and WORST are both adjectives. The former means less good; the latter means most bad. Looking at the context of this thread, I'm inclined to think that joseph meant to discuss the thing that is most bad about himself, as opposed to just less good. Therefore, perhaps the word 'worst' should be adopted here. But then again, like I said, English isn't my first language!
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    01 Mar '07 01:44
    Originally posted by ckoh1965
    Well, English isn't my first language. But I think 'worst' is a more suitable word in this particular case.

    [b]WORSE
    and WORST are both adjectives. The former means less good; the latter means most bad. Looking at the context of this thread, I'm inclined to think that joseph meant to discuss the thing that is [i][b ...[text shortened]... st' should be adopted here. But then again, like I said, English isn't my first language![/b]
    You're right...I was bluffing and taking advantage of the fact that Twhitehead wouldn't be smart enough to notice. 😉
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    02 Mar '07 00:38
    Originally posted by SharpeMother
    You're right...I was bluffing and taking advantage of the fact that Twhitehead wouldn't be smart enough to notice. 😉
    You sure fooled me!
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