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hahah [Jul. 18th, 2004|08:30 pm]
Brad Fitzpatrick
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FEAR TERRORISM
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[User Picture]From: j7xz49br3m93xrr
2004-07-19 12:08 am (UTC)
I dread to imagine what product this was actually advertising, but there was an ad in PC Magazine where a hosting company had a big picture of Saddam Hussein (this was in the middle of the war) saying "Seeking all Web hosting refugees" *cringe* The editor pulled it after the first issue.
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From: phil
2004-07-19 07:21 am (UTC)

Don't blame me...

I voted for Kodos.
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From: (Anonymous)
2004-07-19 10:43 am (UTC)

Re: Don't blame me...

I for one welcome our new alien overlords.
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[User Picture]From: grue_271828
2004-07-20 11:45 pm (UTC)

WHOM WHOM WHOM

It's "WHOM do you trust?" damn it! WHOM WHOM WHOM!

Seriously, it's not that hard. Just ask yourself whether "I trust him" or "I trust he." If you trust him, then it's "whom." If you trust he, then you're just a moron :)
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[User Picture]From: brad
2004-07-21 09:21 am (UTC)

Re: WHOM WHOM WHOM

The problem is that even those who know the correct usage are often reluctant to use it for fear of looking of stodgy, using a word that's increasingly falling out of use.
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[User Picture]From: grue_271828
2004-07-21 10:16 am (UTC)

Re: WHOM WHOM WHOM

I certainly understand someone avoiding a cumbersome question like: "Out with whom did you go last night?" But, when it's really simple like this, I don't think that "whom" looks out-of-place.

As a side note, according to a Golin/Harris trust survey, 69 percent of Americans say "I don't know whom to trust." Hahaha. I bet not even 1% of Americans have ever said "I don't know whom to trust."
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