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Winter is Coming (1)

PopeRatzo (965947) | about a month ago | (#47343141)

It's "reign" because everybody's watching Game of Thrones.

"Run, Forrest: RUN!!!" (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a month ago | (#47343633)

Why'd you run from answering 2 simple questions, troll? []

Re:"Run, Forrest: RUN!!!" (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 1 month ago | (#47356249)

Hello there, Unitron, Unocal, Ultraman, whoever it was... Ultron? What-fucking-ever.

What's the problem, AlecStaar? Couldn't find any traffic to play in today?

Tell us how you're an English professor (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a month ago | (#47343637)

Allegedly published (bullshit - self published) if you write like a retarded imbecile []

If you mean restrain, hold back, et cetera... (1)

unitron (5733) | about a month ago | (#47386385)

...or you're actually talking about controlling a team of horses, then yeah, it's supposed to be "rein".

But if you're talking about preferring to be Hell's sole and unchallenged ruler rather than serving in Heaven, then it's "reign in".

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