How to build a BROKEN port?
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Thu Dec 30 08:10:34 UTC 2010
On 30 December 2010 07:21, Da Rock
<freebsd-questions at herveybayaustralia.com.au> wrote:
> On 12/30/10 15:52, perryh at pluto.rain.com wrote:
>> Charlie Kester<corky1951 at comcast.net> wrote:
>>> Most of the time, possessives are formed with apostrophe+s. I'm
>>> not sure, but "its" might be the only exception to the rule ...
>> "It's" seems to be the most common misusage, but I have seen "her's",
>> "our's", and occasionally "their's". Interestingly, I've never seen
>> anyone write "hi's" when meaning "his".
>>> On the other hand, people who write "loose" when they mean "lose"
>>> deserve our most scathing scorn. :)
>> Perhaps they have merely lost their linguistic bearings.
>> Innaddverttentt ddoubblle llettterss ccann occcassionnallly bbee
>> ccaussedd bby ffllakkeey kkeeybbooarddss :))
> I find most teenagers (and getting older too) can't tell the difference- and
> its not their keyboards.
> Oddly enough, their teachers do it on a regular basis as well: in their
This teacher doesn't thank you very much! That is, if the poor kids
can read my writing....
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