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#52 Jul 03 2014 at 2:45 PM Rating: Good
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someproteinguy wrote:
Given the hodgepodge and contradictory nature of all those kinds of laws in the 15-18 range across most states I'm surprised more high school students don't end up in jail. Smiley: rolleyes


I'm pretty sure most States have various "Romeo and Juliet" exceptions. I'm not bothered enough to actually look them up and count how many do and do not.
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#53 Jul 03 2014 at 2:46 PM Rating: Excellent
Juliet was 13

Although in the original work the play was based on I think she was 16. Shakespeare apparently through 13 worked better.

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#54 Jul 03 2014 at 2:48 PM Rating: Good
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They also killed themselves. Pretty good comedy overall.
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In the end it doesn't matter what he was doing when his son was left in the car, right?
Well not for most things, but in this case it means he's pretty much screwed even if they don't charge him with anything related to his kid's death.


That, and in cases like this, whether and what he gets charged for tends to be based entirely on how likable he is. It shouldn't be that way, but that's how it ends out. If he appears to be a fine upstanding person, we feel sorry for him, and the consensus is that the death of his child is punishment enough. If he's not so fine and upstanding, no matter how irrelevant that is to the death of the child, we wont feel as sorry for him and will be much more willing to demand that he pay in some way. Consciously or not, we (as a society) tend to act as though if the parent is sinful, then the death of the child was some kind of punishment for those sins, and thus the parent is responsible. It's completely silly, but that's how these sorts of things seem to work.
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#56 Jul 03 2014 at 3:59 PM Rating: Good
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That, and in cases like this, whether and what he gets charged for tends to be based entirely on how ________ he is.
Rich...how rich he is.
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That, and in cases like this, whether and what he gets charged for tends to be based entirely on how likable he is. It shouldn't be that way, but that's how it ends out.


Up. Ends up. No one understands your post when you use the wrong words, little buddy :(
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#58 Jul 03 2014 at 5:16 PM Rating: Excellent
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I'm currently fighting a strong urge to write a script that fixes Gbaji posts.

Just the failed grammar, or is it more involved, like correcting flawed logic and reality?
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That, and in cases like this, whether and what he gets charged for tends to be based entirely on how likable he is. It shouldn't be that way, but that's how it ends out.


Up. Ends up. No one understands your post when you use the wrong words, little buddy :(


And yet, amazingly, until you pointed this out, no one was aware that they weren't supposed to understand what I meant. Funny how that works.
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#61 Jul 03 2014 at 8:58 PM Rating: Good
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gbaji wrote:
And yet, amazingly, until you pointed this out, no one was aware that they weren't supposed to understand what I meant.
No one points out how often you use "cause" in place of "because" or at the very least " 'cause," but that doesn't really mean you're using it correctly, either. It's not like you ever learn or better yourself so pointing stuff out is futile, and the only reason you even added "ended out" in that post was specifically to get Smash to point it out just to play this same card again.

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#62 Jul 03 2014 at 11:26 PM Rating: Good
Did Ayn Rand use "end out" a lot? I bet she did. I'll have to look that up.
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And yet, amazingly, until you pointed this out, no one was aware that they weren't supposed to understand what I meant. Funny how that works.


False.

Jesus, don't you ever just get exhausted from being wrong all the time?
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Sir Xsarus wrote:
I'm currently fighting a strong urge to write a script that fixes Gbaji posts.

Just the failed grammar, or is it more involved, like correcting flawed logic and reality?
Nobody is skilled enough to write a script that can do that.
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#65 Jul 06 2014 at 12:54 PM Rating: Good
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gbaji wrote:
Smasharoo wrote:

That, and in cases like this, whether and what he gets charged for tends to be based entirely on how likable he is. It shouldn't be that way, but that's how it ends out.


Up. Ends up. No one understands your post when you use the wrong words, little buddy :(


And yet, amazingly, until you pointed this out, no one was aware that they weren't supposed to understand what I meant. Funny how that works.


I would just like to point out, once again, that I pointed it out first Smiley: lol

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Had he been working diligently on a project that could cure cancer, or ************ to a bunch of pictures of a naked 17 year old...


Can't they be one and the same?
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Had he been working diligently on a project that could cure cancer, or ************ to a bunch of pictures of a naked 17 year old...


Can't they be one and the same?


One could dream...
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And yet, amazingly, until you pointed this out, no one was aware that they weren't supposed to understand what I meant. Funny how that works.
False.

Jesus, don't you ever just get exhausted from being wrong all the time?

I generally understand what he means, it's just painful to read. Like, stabbing-behind-the-eyes painful. Almost as bad as listening to my wife talk.
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I generally understand what he means, it's just painful to read.
Everyone understands it, which makes it funny when he goes out of his way to explain why no one does and just kind of spins in place.
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And yet, amazingly, until you pointed this out, no one was aware that they weren't supposed to understand what I meant.
No one points out how often you use "cause" in place of "because" or at the very least " 'cause," but that doesn't really mean you're using it correctly, either. It's not like you ever learn or better yourself so pointing stuff out is futile, and the only reason you even added "ended out" in that post was specifically to get Smash to point it out just to play this same card again.


Nope. Didn't even realize I'd written it that way until Smash choose to go all grammar ****. Seriously, I don't even care about it. It's just how I write (and presumably speak). And, as I've said before, I've never in my life until recently on this forum had anyone take exception to the word use. Which makes me assume that it's not really about the words themselves, but people going out of their way to find something to ding me on.

It's not like my grammar and spelling is even in the bottom 80% of posters on this board, and is probably in the top few percentiles of posters on the internet as a whole. So forgive me for interpreting this as a means to distract from what I'm saying to how I'm saying it.
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#70 Jul 07 2014 at 5:55 PM Rating: Excellent
Sure, people don't call you out in person because in person people usually try not to be ********. It doesn't mean they didn't do a double take. It's likely one of those mannerisms that people would use while doing a Gbaji impression, and probably no one cares that much. I imagine any conversation at work would be

new guy: Did he just say end out?
old guy: Yeah, that's just something he does.
new guy: huh, weird.

That doesn't make it right, and it doesn't make you sound/read less silly when you use it.
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#71 Jul 07 2014 at 6:21 PM Rating: Good
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Didn't even realize I'd written it that way until Smash choose to go all grammar ****.
Your story is barely worth the implied two cents of replying to it, bubbeleh.
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and is probably in the top few percentiles of posters on the internet as a whole.
I'm sure your English teachers all believe you're a choosen one over your spelling out three letter words. Personally, sounds like lowered standards and nothing to brag about, but I guess when you've got nothing you've got to inflate everything to sound better.
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#72 Jul 07 2014 at 6:35 PM Rating: Good
I wasted several minutes of my life doing various searches for "end out" on the interwebz. Other than "archaic at best" it doesn't show up.

Take from that what you will.
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Friar Bijou wrote:
I wasted several minutes of my life doing various searches for "end out" on the interwebz. Other than "archaic at best" it doesn't show up.

Take from that what you will.


It means it's not a grammatical error. If it were, it would be listed on all those sites which list grammatical mistakes people make. As I pointed out the last time this subject came up, it's just two words acting as a phrase. There is an infinite number of combinations of words in the English language we can put together to make phrases. There is no magical list of "correct phrases". It's bizarre to think there should be.
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#74 Jul 07 2014 at 6:49 PM Rating: Good
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Friar Bijou wrote:
I wasted several minutes of my life doing various searches for "end out" on the interwebz. Other than "archaic at best" it doesn't show up.

Take from that what you will.


It means it's not a grammatical error. If it were, it would be listed on all those sites which list grammatical mistakes people make. As I pointed out the last time this subject came up, it's just two words acting as a phrase. There is an infinite number of combinations of words in the English language we can put together to make phrases. There is no magical list of "correct phrases". It's bizarre to think there should be.
No, tardslap; it only shows up as "wrong".


Jesus, you are rock stupid.
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There is an infinite number of combinations of words in the English language we can put together to make phrases.
Boxing gloves mulberry ambiguous valley, newspaper peanut cloak machine.
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Didn't even realize I'd written it that way until Smash choose to go all grammar ****.
Your story is barely worth the implied two cents of replying to it, bubbeleh.
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and is probably in the top few percentiles of posters on the internet as a whole.
I'm sure your English teachers all believe you're a choosen one over your spelling out three letter words. Personally, sounds like lowered standards and nothing to brag about, but I guess when you've got nothing you've got to inflate everything to sound better.

That sounds like something Napoleon Dynamite would say. "I'm probably like, one of the smartest guys on the internet."
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#77 Jul 07 2014 at 10:20 PM Rating: Good
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I would just like to point out, once again, that I pointed it out first Smiley: lol


He either has me on ignore, or my post doesn't fit his world view, so therefore doesn't exist.

Anyway, Here is a link to the last discussion about this, where Gbaji said that Smash brought it up within the last couple months:


http://ffxi.allakhazam.com/forum.html?forum=4&mid=1377029244145411829#38

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"End out" is not correct.


Say's who? I've used the two phrases interchangeably my entire life and until a couple months ago when Smash suddenly started making a big deal out of it, no one has *ever* commented on it.



I commented on it in August of 2013: Linkie


Where I linked that I had brought it up almost a year ago

So, yeah, people had commented on it. Despite your claim to the opposite.
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So, yeah, people had commented on it.
His writing quality comes up regularly. His argument was that "people on other sites praise his writing" so he didn't know what us commoners meant.
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So, yeah, people had commented on it.
His writing quality comes up regularly. His argument was that "people on other sites praise his writing" so he didn't know what us commoners meant.
Classic quantity vs quality trade off, market forces are at work everywhere.
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I wasted several minutes of my life doing various searches for "end out" on the interwebz. Other than "archaic at best" it doesn't show up.

Take from that what you will.


It means it's not a grammatical error. If it were, it would be listed on all those sites which list grammatical mistakes people make. As I pointed out the last time this subject came up, it's just two words acting as a phrase. There is an infinite number of combinations of words in the English language we can put together to make phrases. There is no magical list of "correct phrases". It's bizarre to think there should be.
No, tardslap; it only shows up as "wrong".


Huh? You just said that other than "archaic at best", it doesn't show up. Archaic doesn't mean "wrong".


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There's some serious irony going on here. Or projection. Or both.
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Where I linked that I had brought it up almost a year ago

So, yeah, people had commented on it. Despite your claim to the opposite.


Do you want a prize or something? What the **** difference does this make? None, right? So instead of just one person making a big deal out of nothing, we have two people doing it. Oh noes! Whatever could it mean? Um... Nothing.

You do understand that attacking someone's grammar in an online discussion is generally considered an admission that you've lost the argument, right? I normally ignore stuff like this (like I presumably ignored your initial comment) because unless that becomes the entirety of someone's argument (like when Smash does it) it doesn't really matter. I only respond when Smash does it because Smash has a long and consistent history of utterly ignoring anything remotely resembling an argument and zeroing in on personal attacks, attacks on grammar, spelling, etc. He's more or less mastered the post form of "I'm right because you misspelled that word over there".

Silly, but true. When you do it? I don't care because you normally make valid points to respond to, so I choose to respond to those points. You have to realize that I get so much BS tossed in my direction that I have to filter out about 90% of the responses people make in order to at least attempt to remain on topic and relevant to the discussion. And posts about grammar and spelling fall right at the bottom of that filter.
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It was your use of the phrase

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no one has *ever* commented on it.


That made me comment on it. If you use the words "no one has ever", and it is proven wrong, I just think you should know.

ETA superlative was not the word I was looking for, I don't think.

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Professor stupidmonkey wrote:
It was your use of the phrase

Gbaji wrote:
no one has *ever* commented on it.


That made me comment on it. If you use the words "no one has ever", and it is proven wrong, I just think you should know.


Ok. So instead of me saying "I've used the two phrases interchangeably my entire life and until a couple months ago when Smash suddenly started making a big deal out of it, no one has *ever* commented on it", we'll replace "a couple months ago" with "less than a year ago", and Smash with stupidmonkey. The point I was making remains unchanged. I've used this particular verb phrase my entire life, and until relatively recently no one has suggested to me that it was incorrect to do so.

I think that's less "proven wrong" as "mistaken about a minor detail". In any case, it's a silly thing to argue about. Not that that ever stops us.Smiley: clown
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"I shot gbaji with a speargun right in the gernbogatorish, and he's had **** bleeding ever since."

No one else uses "gernbogatorish" as a word for "***" but (heh) we all know what I meant, right?

Thus it is with you and "end out".







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I only respond when Smash does it because Smash has a long and consistent history of utterly ignoring anything remotely resembling an argument and zeroing in on personal attacks, attacks on grammar, spelling, etc..
You're implying what you present remotely resembles an argument.
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Have some more dead baby shenanigans.
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"I shot gbaji with a speargun right in the gernbogatorish, and he's had **** bleeding ever since."

No one else uses "gernbogatorish" as a word for "***" but (heh) we all know what I meant, right?

Thus it is with you and "end out".

Heh. I did it again
Did what again?

I don't think your example is fitting. Don't get me wrong, I am defending gbajis use of a phrase here.

Generally speaking, 'end out' and 'end up' generally mean the same thing, and the general population will generally understand that.

That word you made up for '***' is not generally recognized by the general population as generally meaning what you say it means.

You guys are really making yourselves look like a bunch of gernbogatorish by continuing to harp on this.

There are plenty of choice gbaji tidbits lying around here to mock, I fail to understand this word-meaning witch hunt. Smiley: disappointed
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Have some more dead baby shenanigans.

I'm with DC Entertainment on this one. You let one kid's statue have the Superman logo on, you gotta let everyone.

Anyway, the kid wasn't a man, so it's not even technically correct.

I think the "J" for his name is more suitable.
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I fail to understand this word-meaning witch hunt.
Not much to understand. Witch tied himself to a stake, set up a circle of torches, and is basking in the attention he craves.
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I understand DC's position in a "that sucks to have to make that call but okay" sort of way. Trademark protection and all that. I wouldn't have wanted to be the one to make the call though.

Bleah on stories of bad things happening to little kids. I usually just avoid those stories. Project too much onto them with feelings for my own little guy (no doubt only because they're both white) and don't really think they better me in any way to hear them.
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I fail to understand this word-meaning witch hunt.
Not much to understand. Witch tied himself to a stake, set up a circle of torches, and is basking in the attention he craves.

Every time someone types 'end out', another torch gets lit and added to the circle.
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Generally speaking, 'end out' and 'end up' generally mean the same thing, and the general population will generally understand that.


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I think that's less "proven wrong" as "mistaken about a minor detail". In any case, it's a silly thing to argue about.

It's silly that ever used the phrase. That you continue to use it after being proven wrong (quotes ABSOLUTELY not required) is less silly. It's a meaningful insight into how petty and weak you are at the core of your being.

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Friar Bijou wrote:
"I shot gbaji with a speargun right in the gernbogatorish, and he's had **** bleeding ever since."

No one else uses "gernbogatorish" as a word for "***" but (heh) we all know what I meant, right?

Thus it is with you and "end out".


Except that both "end" and "out" are actual words with meanings that are clear in the context in which the phrase is used. Just because you may have never heard or read the exact phrase "plaid pants wearing giraffes", doesn't make it grammatically incorrect. It is, at worst, unfamiliar. And if you can noodle out what the author means, then its unfamiliarity isn't a problem.

It's just strange to me that some of you feel like you have to make such a huge issue out of this. Whatever.
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It's just strange to me that some of you feel like you have to make such a huge issue out of this.
It's just bizarre that you incited this conversation in the first place. Wait, no not bizarre. Transparent. It's absolutely transparent that you incited this conversation in the first place.
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gbaji wrote:

It's just strange to me that some of you feel like you have to make such a huge issue out of this. Whatever.

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gbaji wrote:
It's just strange to me that some of you feel like you have to make such a huge issue out of this.
It's just bizarre that you incited this conversation in the first place. Wait, no not bizarre. Transparent. It's absolutely transparent that you incited this conversation in the first place.
It's making me crazy...

I'm chair dancing.
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#98 Jul 10 2014 at 7:43 AM Rating: Good
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Thanks for the earworm. Smiley: bah
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#99 Jul 15 2014 at 7:40 AM Rating: Good
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gbaji wrote:
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"I shot gbaji with a speargun right in the gernbogatorish, and he's had **** bleeding ever since."

No one else uses "gernbogatorish" as a word for "***" but (heh) we all know what I meant, right?

Thus it is with you and "end out".


Except that both "end" and "out" are actual words with meanings that are clear in the context in which the phrase is used. Just because you may have never heard or read the exact phrase "plaid pants wearing giraffes", doesn't make it grammatically incorrect. It is, at worst, unfamiliar. And if you can noodle out what the author means, then its unfamiliarity isn't a problem.

It's just strange to me that some of you feel like you have to make such a huge issue out of this. Whatever.


Using bizarre neologisms conveys very little useful information, except in cases where it is well constructed enough to convey a lot more information.

I don't think either example you presented does that. Something like "The bulimic elephant in the room" might though.
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So "throw out" and "throw up" mean the same thing, then. "Pass out" and "pass up"? Same thing. ''

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#101 Jul 15 2014 at 9:13 AM Rating: Excellent
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Yes. In the same way you'd put up and put out with your family.
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