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February 24, 2009

WHAT REALLY BROUGHT DOWN THE THIRD REICH

Grammar.

(Thanks to Claire Martin)

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Unbekantes!

meh ... it'd be more funny for me if they had chosen not to take the Lord's name in vain.

This is the sort of bloody nonsense up with which I will not put.

And History is on my side.

Excellent point, Prime Minister. One might pun that you were on the Winnie side. (one might)

Actually, the proper nomenclature for conversational reference such as described in the linked example is, "usage" rather than "grammar" ...

Merely wonderin' if he'd've been less upset if the strategists would've said "usage" ...

Satirizing that movie was really big in Israel for a while. They don't like Hitler much down there.

Oh, did I say war? So sorry.

Really?

Who'd'a thunk it?

que?

Making Hitler look like a complete dumkoff is always hilarious!

that was brilliant. that's the only kind of hitler i like. comedy type.

I'd use the middle finger too.

Good thing Mr. Language Person wasn't around.

But as I recall, ending a sentence with a preposition is not a problem in German.

Funny guy, whatever happened to him?

Oh wait, I remember he showed up in a couple of Mel Brooks movies.

Snork.

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