Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Politics' started by LadyEagle, Jan 9, 2007.
Watch it here (CNN's Lou Dobbs Report):
Oh, no! You mean Bush is going after the English language now? No! No! Not a New Word Order!!!!
I like the English language sentence structure as it is. Who came up with this idea? The people who came up with the New Math?
Okay, forgive my typo. It should be New World Order.
Did you watch the video, BTW?
Yes, I watched it.
I think that Lou Dobbs made some good points.
I am for fair trade.
KenH, that was HILARIOUS!!
Thanks for that - I had a really bad day at work - a good laugh was just what the doctor ordered.
Oops: I managed to outsmart the flood control protection on the board.
BiR (still laughing)
I've had better days at work myself. I'm glad I helped us both out.
Now that I have been the butt of your jokes, can we please discuss the topic?:smilewinkgrin:
Hey, that's okay, LE. It goes along with "Boarder control" up in Current Events! I think we have too many boarders, too. They're probably part of the new word order plot! :tongue3: :laugh:
Some things are funny on paper. World-Word.......but some things are funny when spoken....boarder-border.
And the English language is funny all the time. Did you read it? Have you read it? Is it red yet?
Ha ha ha.
I think LE gave up.
Sorry, LE! :wavey:
But my computer won't download Youtube or whatever it's called. I am possibly the only person in the U.S.A. with a computer who has never watched a single YouTube thingie. I do not even know what they are - short videos?
So? Is the nwe word order Z to A?
Pinoy the Roadrunner goes beep beep whiiiiinnnnggg screeeeccchhh !!!
Did you mean ......."reinvigorated" ?
Well, at work, to keep from blowing my stack, and affecting my conversation with other customers who have nothing to do with whatever issues I have been dealing with with another customer, I usually classify those screaming, cussin', name calling, ones into several categories after we hang up.
The categories are : reasonably upset, idiot, moron, and never mind.
I watched the clip, and I prefer to just go "never mind".