QUOTE (Allmenjoi8 @ Jan 26 2012, 12:59 PM)
Devry didn't teach you how to connect the literary dots,
Yet another soon to be major blow to your intelligence (or lack there of)...just stop it. We've been through this education shit, and you've failed miserably each and every time. It's blatantly evident that you've brilliantly (and I say that loosely) displayed your literary limitations and have yet to convince anybody (other than yourself), that you've exceeded a middle school level of education.
All you do on here is bring up gossip-like material and share your baseless opinion (in which you've promoted as educated), and expect others to take you seriously. With that said, judging by your posts, it's obvious what you were busy doing during your wasted years in school (gossip and walk around with your heads up the ass of others), not to mention that purchased degree of yours.
As I've shared with another bell end on the board recently...I might be able to overlook your inability to effectively communicate in English, if and only if, you were educated in a foreign country...sadly, that isn't the case. I'm sure you're one of those idiots that walk around telling people that you know a "little" Spanish (while doing the dumb hand gesture along with it), but it's soooo hard to believe that, when you publicly struggle with your native language. Trust me, this is only a sample, but I have most of your literary puke fests on speed dial sweetheart...
QUOTE (Allmenjoi8 @ Dec 19 2011, 07:25 PM)
Didn't know I had to write professionally on a boxing message board. and they do not use slang abbreviation in the writing world like GTFO. A English teacher would argue that you are failing to connect with your audience because they may not know what GFTO stands for. and you spelled GRAMMAR incorrectly. Fucking rookie and it is i before e accept after C with received, my fucking goodness! That Devry degree isn't working for you is it?
QUOTE (Allmenjoi8 @ Dec 20 2011, 10:49 PM)
Honestly from what I have been taught it can be either or. It is a tricky thing the use of "a" or "an". Either sounds correct. Some teachers or professors preffer a and other an... it all depends.
FAIL! Again, leave the English lessons (if thats what you want to call them) to the people who know what they're talking about. Learn something about boxing, instead regurgitating what you've read in old threads (like we didn't notice
) and pass it off as if you knew all along. If you could regurgitate basic English in the same manner, then you wouldn't constantly get yourself in a hole. Oh I forgot...speaking of holes...Rule of Holes #3: If you dig a hole deep enough...it may become your own grave.
Need I say more? Nevermind, I wouldn't wanna leave you with more to think about, being that understanding this post may become an all-day project for you.