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Okay, so my “fake news” post bombed. Let’s move on to real grammatical issues.
Almost everyone I hear or read uses the phrase “as long as” in the conditional sense, as in, “as long as you don’t care, neither do I.” Wrong!
The phase “as long as” is a comparison of lengths. “That building is as long as three football fields” is one example of correct usage.
“So long as” is a conditional phrase, as in “so long as you don’t care, neither do I.”
This is simply a post to generate comments. Remember, I monitor everything, so no hate, stupidity, useless rants, four-letter words, ad nauseum, will be approved. Be rational, at ease and make sense, whatever your belief is. Thank you.
Do you believe the Left and their puppets in the Media are carrying out 1984-cum-Animal Farm?
Watch the video with NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch.
Or can you?
A mysterious tweet by Donald Trump — “Despite the negative press covfefe” — went viral for about five-and-a-half hours earlier today, leading to all kinds of humor and speculation on the social media.
I sometimes end up making mysterious words and sentences when I put my cell phone in my pocket while it’s still on. Bodily movements and hand-in-pocket gyrations make for weird words and sentences, but this tweet seemed to start out straight and end with a new word.
Coming soon to a market near you, a new candy bar called Covfefe.
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