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Re: steel entry doors with steel casement?

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09-29-2013 12:40:01

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I didnt insult you, you insulted yourself. You attacked gmccool over a word. Thats D!CK move and I understand that but you went all in and stated the word in not in the dictionary. It is. Different meaning, of course, but its still there. I just threw it back at you.

Then you go all in in a futile attempt at saving some of your diginity. Sorry.... FAIL. Leave the guy alone, he misspelled a word. A word NOBODY with 2 brain cells to rub together would EVER fail to understand given the context of what was said.

Now, would you like to continue with this?

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Stan in Oly, WA

09-29-2013 19:50:52

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 Re: steel entry doors with steel casement? in reply to Rich_WI, 09-29-2013 12:40:01  

Using inductive reasoning I was able to determine that I probably have more than two brain cells to rub together (the autonomic nervous system cannot function with two or fewer brain cells; my autonomic nervous system seems to be functioning; therefore I probably have more than two brain cells to rub together), and yet I was puzzled by what word gmcool had in mind when he wrote "euthenic", and that was primarily because of the context. I thought of "ethnic", but even though the spelling was a stretch, the word ethnic made almost no sense in that sentence. Giving the man credit for knowing what he was talking about, I decided that he was using a word I was unfamiliar with, and that it made sense in that context, and that if I had known what it meant I would have understood what he was saying.

I suggest that instead of "two brain cells to rub together" being the benchmark for understanding, you should have said "a word which any idiot would understand..." It would be just as strong, and I could immediately agree with it.


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