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October 03, 2014, 12:50:28 AM
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So what about now?
I don't know; does anyone care about mistletoe?
Don't you think that's a strange question?
Don't you think one of the fun in this thread is to ask strange questions?
Would lead carbide be a more fun topic than mistletoe berries?



But yet, wouldn't we all be better off if we just talked about our favorite colors?
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October 03, 2014, 05:31:48 AM
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So what about now?
I don't know; does anyone care about mistletoe?
Don't you think that's a strange question?
Don't you think one of the fun in this thread is to ask strange questions?
Would lead carbide be a more fun topic than mistletoe berries?
But yet, wouldn't we all be better off if we just talked about our favorite colors?
Is there a color that is not splendid in some context?

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October 03, 2014, 05:49:42 AM
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So what about now?
I don't know; does anyone care about mistletoe?
Don't you think that's a strange question?
Don't you think one of the fun in this thread is to ask strange questions?
Would lead carbide be a more fun topic than mistletoe berries?
But yet, wouldn't we all be better off if we just talked about our favorite colors?
Is there a color that is not splendid in some context?

Speaking of context and considering buffalo a color, would the sentence "Buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo." be grammatically correct?


<Note the buffalo buffalo eating the green grass, if the reference is lost.>


<Buffalo, the color, is an adjective, and now needs to be introduced in the parse diagram.>


<The only person in the world that could make the catch-phrase mainstream.>
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October 03, 2014, 01:08:52 PM
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So what about now?
I don't know; does anyone care about mistletoe?
Don't you think that's a strange question?
Don't you think one of the fun in this thread is to ask strange questions?
Would lead carbide be a more fun topic than mistletoe berries?
But yet, wouldn't we all be better off if we just talked about our favorite colors?
Is there a color that is not splendid in some context?

Speaking of context and considering buffalo a color, would the sentence "Buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo." be grammatically correct?


<Note the buffalo buffalo eating the green grass, if the reference is lost.>


<Buffalo, the color, is an adjective, and now needs to be introduced in the parse diagram.>


<The only person in the world that could make the catch-phrase mainstream.>

wtf did you just say?  Tongue

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October 05, 2014, 12:34:26 AM
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So what about now?
I don't know; does anyone care about mistletoe?
Don't you think that's a strange question?
Don't you think one of the fun in this thread is to ask strange questions?
Would lead carbide be a more fun topic than mistletoe berries?
But yet, wouldn't we all be better off if we just talked about our favorite colors?
Is there a color that is not splendid in some context?

Speaking of context and considering buffalo a color, would the sentence "Buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo." be grammatically correct?


<Note the buffalo buffalo eating the green grass, if the reference is lost.>


<Buffalo, the color, is an adjective, and now needs to be introduced in the parse diagram.>


<The only person in the world that could make the catch-phrase mainstream.>

wtf did you just say?  Tongue

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October 05, 2014, 12:42:10 AM
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Lol wut

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October 05, 2014, 02:47:25 AM
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Lol wut

Weren't you confused when you saw two questions asked?
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October 05, 2014, 07:35:05 AM
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Lol wut
Weren't you confused when you saw two questions asked?
To check whether a phrase is grammatical one should replace a word by another with same gramatical category, and if it continues to make no sense at all then one knows for sure that the answer is, "what the hell am I doing?"

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October 05, 2014, 08:20:17 AM
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Lol wut
Weren't you confused when you saw two questions asked?
To check whether a phrase is grammatical one should replace a word by another with same gramatical category, and if it continues to make no sense at all then one knows for sure that the answer is, "what the hell am I doing?"

You're making no sense, how does that make you feel?

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October 05, 2014, 08:35:08 AM
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Lol wut
Weren't you confused when you saw two questions asked?
To check whether a phrase is grammatical one should replace a word by another with same gramatical category, and if it continues to make no sense at all then one knows for sure that the answer is, "what the hell am I doing?"
You're making no sense, how does that make you feel?
For example, suppose we substituted "rock" for "buffalo" in the above sentence; what would we learn from that experiment?

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October 05, 2014, 02:37:08 PM
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Lol wut
Weren't you confused when you saw two questions asked?
To check whether a phrase is grammatical one should replace a word by another with same gramatical category, and if it continues to make no sense at all then one knows for sure that the answer is, "what the hell am I doing?"
You're making no sense, how does that make you feel?
For example, suppose we substituted "rock" for "buffalo" in the above sentence; what would we learn from that experiment?

What's the purpose of this experiment?
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October 05, 2014, 02:56:13 PM
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Lol wut
Weren't you confused when you saw two questions asked?
To check whether a phrase is grammatical one should replace a word by another with same gramatical category, and if it continues to make no sense at all then one knows for sure that the answer is, "what the hell am I doing?"
You're making no sense, how does that make you feel?
For example, suppose we substituted "rock" for "buffalo" in the above sentence; what would we learn from that experiment?

What's the purpose of this experiment?

Haven't anyone told you that we are working on a secret mission?

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October 05, 2014, 04:42:00 PM
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Lol wut
Weren't you confused when you saw two questions asked?
To check whether a phrase is grammatical one should replace a word by another with same gramatical category, and if it continues to make no sense at all then one knows for sure that the answer is, "what the hell am I doing?"
You're making no sense, how does that make you feel?
For example, suppose we substituted "rock" for "buffalo" in the above sentence; what would we learn from that experiment?

What's the purpose of this experiment?

Haven't anyone told you that we are working on a secret mission?

on which mission?

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October 05, 2014, 05:55:44 PM
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Lol wut
Weren't you confused when you saw two questions asked?
To check whether a phrase is grammatical one should replace a word by another with same gramatical category, and if it continues to make no sense at all then one knows for sure that the answer is, "what the hell am I doing?"
You're making no sense, how does that make you feel?
For example, suppose we substituted "rock" for "buffalo" in the above sentence; what would we learn from that experiment?
What's the purpose of this experiment?
Haven't anyone told you that we are working on a secret mission?
On which mission?
Do you have the need to know?

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October 05, 2014, 05:58:32 PM
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Lol wut
Weren't you confused when you saw two questions asked?
To check whether a phrase is grammatical one should replace a word by another with same gramatical category, and if it continues to make no sense at all then one knows for sure that the answer is, "what the hell am I doing?"
You're making no sense, how does that make you feel?
For example, suppose we substituted "rock" for "buffalo" in the above sentence; what would we learn from that experiment?
What's the purpose of this experiment?
Haven't anyone told you that we are working on a secret mission?
On which mission?
Do you have the need to know?
Why would he not have the right to know?
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October 05, 2014, 06:03:51 PM
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Lol wut
Weren't you confused when you saw two questions asked?
To check whether a phrase is grammatical one should replace a word by another with same gramatical category, and if it continues to make no sense at all then one knows for sure that the answer is, "what the hell am I doing?"
You're making no sense, how does that make you feel?
For example, suppose we substituted "rock" for "buffalo" in the above sentence; what would we learn from that experiment?
What's the purpose of this experiment?
Haven't anyone told you that we are working on a secret mission?
On which mission?
Do you have the need to know?
Why would he not have the right to know?

In what book does need = right?
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October 05, 2014, 07:27:51 PM
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Lol wut
Weren't you confused when you saw two questions asked?
To check whether a phrase is grammatical one should replace a word by another with same gramatical category, and if it continues to make no sense at all then one knows for sure that the answer is, "what the hell am I doing?"
You're making no sense, how does that make you feel?
For example, suppose we substituted "rock" for "buffalo" in the above sentence; what would we learn from that experiment?
What's the purpose of this experiment?
Haven't anyone told you that we are working on a secret mission?
On which mission?
Do you have the need to know?
Why would he not have the right to know?

In what book does need = right?

How to answer all these the Questions?

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October 06, 2014, 06:24:30 PM
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Lol wut
Weren't you confused when you saw two questions asked?
To check whether a phrase is grammatical one should replace a word by another with same gramatical category, and if it continues to make no sense at all then one knows for sure that the answer is, "what the hell am I doing?"
You're making no sense, how does that make you feel?
For example, suppose we substituted "rock" for "buffalo" in the above sentence; what would we learn from that experiment?
What's the purpose of this experiment?
Haven't anyone told you that we are working on a secret mission?
On which mission?
Do you have the need to know?
Why would he not have the right to know?

In what book does need = right?

How to answer all these the Questions?

Do you know all the answers?
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October 06, 2014, 06:47:18 PM
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Lol wut
Weren't you confused when you saw two questions asked?
To check whether a phrase is grammatical one should replace a word by another with same gramatical category, and if it continues to make no sense at all then one knows for sure that the answer is, "what the hell am I doing?"
You're making no sense, how does that make you feel?
For example, suppose we substituted "rock" for "buffalo" in the above sentence; what would we learn from that experiment?
What's the purpose of this experiment?
Haven't anyone told you that we are working on a secret mission?
On which mission?
Do you have the need to know?
Why would he not have the right to know?

In what book does need = right?

How to answer all these the Questions?

Do you know all the answers?

Isn't there a dude with all the answers, but he has opted to work at BFL to augment his Navy pension, thus treating said employment as a hobby?
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October 06, 2014, 08:02:00 PM
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Lol wut
Weren't you confused when you saw two questions asked?
To check whether a phrase is grammatical one should replace a word by another with same gramatical category, and if it continues to make no sense at all then one knows for sure that the answer is, "what the hell am I doing?"
You're making no sense, how does that make you feel?
For example, suppose we substituted "rock" for "buffalo" in the above sentence; what would we learn from that experiment?
What's the purpose of this experiment?
Haven't anyone told you that we are working on a secret mission?
On which mission?
Do you have the need to know?
Why would he not have the right to know?
In what book does need = right?
How to answer all these the Questions?
Do you know all the answers?
Isn't there a dude with all the answers, but he has opted to work at BFL to augment his Navy pension, thus treating said employment as a hobby?
Given that we all know the answer to that question, why do you ask?

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