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Re: Dead Birds in Arkansas

Postby ProfWag » 01 Jan 2012, 21:31

It happened again last night!!!!! Two years in a row on New Years Eve, a bunch of dead birds in Beebe Arkansas...

http://news.yahoo.com/dead-blackbirds-f ... 54759.html
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Re: Dead Birds in Arkansas

Postby Craig Browning » 03 Jan 2012, 02:13

It was on the news at around 3:00 a.m. New Year's Day.

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Re: Dead Birds in Arkansas

Postby Nostradamus » 03 Jan 2012, 04:04

How interesting that the same type of event at the same time of the year, when these birds are in town, obtains a similar result.
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Re: Dead Birds in Arkansas

Postby ProfWag » 03 Jan 2012, 08:35

They're still pretty confident that it was fireworks...
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Re: Dead Birds in Arkansas

Postby NinjaPuppy » 08 Jan 2012, 09:26

I saw that on the news and thought it MUST be the fireworks.
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Re: Dead Birds in Arkansas

Postby arigatou » 16 Mar 2012, 10:42

This may rule out the disease. Blackbird can not see at night, so they were shocked to collision of fireworks idea is a reasonable explanation.
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Re: Dead Birds in Arkansas

Postby August West » 17 Mar 2012, 08:52

grammar, arigatou, grammar. Once we are no longer able to communicate clearly, we are lost.
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Re: Dead Birds in Arkansas

Postby Arouet » 17 Mar 2012, 08:58

August West wrote:grammar, arigatou, grammar. Once we are no longer able to communicate clearly, we are lost.


Says the guy who wrote this:


August West wrote:It is heinous, an affront to anyone with a sense of decency that those brave first-responders and volunteers by lied to about the dangers of exposure, and even worse that their illnesses go untreated or under-treated.


How many errors can you spot? I get at least three, maybe 4 or 5.

Also lol at grammar-naziing a spammer!
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Re: Dead Birds in Arkansas

Postby August West » 18 Mar 2012, 03:41

One spelling error, 'be' lied to' was the intention. Prove any further allegations of poor English.
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Re: Dead Birds in Arkansas

Postby August West » 18 Mar 2012, 03:49

First I'm a troll, then a nazi, now a spammer? I can't wait for your next chatroom cliche.

Arouet's posts are great because you can read them in one yawn.

Hey, maybe the dead birds read Arouet's posts! That would do it....
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Re: Dead Birds in Arkansas

Postby ProfWag » 18 Mar 2012, 22:29

August West wrote:It is heinous, an affront to anyone with a sense of decency that those brave first-responders and volunteers by lied to about the dangers of exposure, and even worse that their illnesses go untreated or under-treated.

August West wrote:One spelling error, 'be' lied to' was the intention. Prove any further allegations of poor English


I'm certainly not an English major and couldn't care less how many errors one has in a post. ("Lose" and "loose" is a pet peeve of mine, but I try hard to overlook it...)
We're in an internet forum typing what we're thinking and personally, I'm typing as fast as I can so I can get on to other things and seldom even review what I write.
Having said that, we've been challenged so I'll give three additional errors:

First, there should be a comma after "decency." It is a separate thought within a sentence and should have closure.
Second, there should be a period after "exposure" and not separated by "and." It's two completely different thoughts and should be two completely different sentences.
Third, "under-treated" is one word when used along with medical terminology.

Of course, those three errors aren't found in Word's spell check... ;)

Now, can we get on with what's important which is the intent of the writer's thoughts and not grammar correcting? We're not writing a PhD thesis for God's sake.
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Re: Dead Birds in Arkansas

Postby August West » 19 Mar 2012, 05:37

Gee, "professor" you sure are "PATIONATE" about grammar! LOL Remember THAT one?

If I were you I'd lay off giving advice until you live that one down. An error like that has a half-life of about 20,000 years, Wag. And apart from the comma after 'decency', you're incorrect. Which comes as no surprise.

After all, you're the only person on Earth who doesn't think 911 was a conspiracy, "professor"!

Stay pationate!
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Re: Dead Birds in Arkansas

Postby Arouet » 19 Mar 2012, 06:06

August West wrote:Gee, "professor" you sure are "PATIONATE" about grammar! LOL Remember THAT one?

If I were you I'd lay off giving advice until you live that one down. An error like that has a half-life of about 20,000 years, Wag. And apart from the comma after 'decency', you're incorrect. Which comes as no surprise.

After all, you're the only person on Earth who doesn't think 911 was a conspiracy, "professor"!

Stay pationate!


oh my. it's just getting sad now...
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Re: Dead Birds in Arkansas

Postby August West » 20 Mar 2012, 00:54

Aw, troll-in-residence arouet is getting sad. Let's all chip in and buy him a lap-dance. Then he can get back to the business of boring us to death.
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Re: Dead Birds in Arkansas

Postby ProfWag » 20 Mar 2012, 07:11

August West wrote: And apart from the comma after 'decency', you're incorrect. Which comes as no surprise.

Uhhhhh, I don't think so:

Definition of UNDERTREAT


transitive verb


: to treat inadequately <undertreat a disease>

Note there's no hyphen. Oh yea, and I admitted I was wrong. Can you do that?
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