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RedOctober Re:The point is ? (146 comments)

If you have to ask, you will never know.

more than 4 years ago

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RedOctober Re:"nolo mi tangere"? (429 comments)

Consider the phrase "Nothing yells out 'I'm a barefaced liar!' like a Slashdot reader bragging about his sexual exploits". Is 'I'm a barefaced liar' a noun? What about, "When I asked her how she felt, she yelled out 'miserable!'". Is "miserable" a noun?

about 6 years ago

City Sues To Prevent Linking To Its Website

RedOctober "nolo mi tangere"? (429 comments)

Nothing yells out fail as much as someone trying to quote latin but getting it wrong. It's "noli me tangere".

about 6 years ago


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