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View Poll Results: Ducati and 99 to win or 46 on a Yamaha
I want 99 on the ducati to win 19 45.24%
I want 46 on the yamaha to win 23 54.76%
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Old Mar 22nd 2017, 10:00 PM   #41
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Yes, I used your instead of you're. You are correct sir. are you really comparing that to the murder committed by Mark on the English language?
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Old Mar 23rd 2017, 05:25 AM   #42
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Yes, I used your instead of you're. You are correct sir. are you really comparing that to the murder committed by Mark on the English language?

Pick the spelling mistake here.

Ducati made more $$ while Rossi was loosing on that bike than Stoner made them winning on it.



From memory couple of posts where you spell the word "whether" but forgot the "H" and spelled it "weather". On another you spelled "brake" but wrote "break".

Its all okay until you stab someone else for it.

Not to forget a recent one where you used the phrase "for all intensive purposes" that is actually called an eggcorn.

It's where people hear a phrase, or word and repeat it incorrectly because it sounds similar to the original.

The original in this case is "for all intents and purposes"

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Both for all intents and purposes and for all intensive purposes are widely used to mean “for all practical purposes” or “virtually.” But which one is correct? The standard idiom is for all intents and purposes, not for all intensive purposes, though if you were to say these two forms out loud it might be hard to tell the difference between the two.

The cause of the confusion is rooted in this phonetic similarity. For all intensive purposes is what is known as an eggcorn, a label invented in the early 2000s by linguist Geoffrey Pullum to describe words or phrases that are misheard and consequently reform into a new word or phrase. Like, for example, hearing someone say “acorn” and thinking they said “eggcorn,” which is how this phenomenon got its name. The difference is stark when written down, but when spoken, the two words sound very much alike. Unlike mondegreens, eggcorns generally retain the same meaning as the original form, as in the case of for all intensive purposes.


At the end of the day we should not discourage Mark from the Rossi/Lorenzo debate, because it is so entertaining and always fun.

Go VR46.
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Old Mar 23rd 2017, 07:07 AM   #43
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Originally Posted by bradp51 View Post
Pick the spelling mistake here.

Ducati made more $$ while Rossi was loosing on that bike than Stoner made them winning on it.



From memory couple of posts where you spell the word "whether" but forgot the "H" and spelled it "weather". On another you spelled "brake" but wrote "break".

Its all okay until you stab someone else for it.

Not to forget a recent one where you used the phrase "for all intensive purposes" that is actually called an eggcorn.

It's where people hear a phrase, or word and repeat it incorrectly because it sounds similar to the original.

The original in this case is "for all intents and purposes"

See below. Quoted straight from Dictionary.com

Both for all intents and purposes and for all intensive purposes are widely used to mean “for all practical purposes” or “virtually.” But which one is correct? The standard idiom is for all intents and purposes, not for all intensive purposes, though if you were to say these two forms out loud it might be hard to tell the difference between the two.

The cause of the confusion is rooted in this phonetic similarity. For all intensive purposes is what is known as an eggcorn, a label invented in the early 2000s by linguist Geoffrey Pullum to describe words or phrases that are misheard and consequently reform into a new word or phrase. Like, for example, hearing someone say “acorn” and thinking they said “eggcorn,” which is how this phenomenon got its name. The difference is stark when written down, but when spoken, the two words sound very much alike. Unlike mondegreens, eggcorns generally retain the same meaning as the original form, as in the case of for all intensive purposes.


At the end of the day we should not discourage Mark from the Rossi/Lorenzo debate, because it is so entertaining and always fun.

Go VR46.
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you know what they say there endodoc people in glass houses. pot meet kettle. otherwise stated dumb ass
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Old Mar 23rd 2017, 07:46 AM   #44
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Damn would have enjoyed seeing it Brad I thought you said it was a joke a while back but I never actually saw it or is it seen it Damn English


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Old Mar 23rd 2017, 08:03 AM   #45
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Old Mar 23rd 2017, 08:37 AM   #46
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Is there like an "Emmy" award for best drama on a forum? Because we would totally crush it! Mark for best lead actor, and endo for supporting role... hahaha
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Old Mar 23rd 2017, 10:44 AM   #48
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Is there like an "Emmy" award for best drama on a forum? Because we would totally crush it! Mark for best lead actor, and endo for supporting role... hahaha
maslov you going to cota this year?
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