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I've stood as much as I can stand


csqwared
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and I can't stand no more!!!

Can posters please sort out the difference between lose and loose (loser and looser). The amount of times these two words are mis-used is staggering.

Lose - to misplace. Loser - someone not in the lead. Loose - not tight. Looser - not as tight.

Rant over Ducking behind parapet.

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flycatcher1

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john bunyan I regret that, in 1953, I did not have my computer with me. I did not make the mistake again having found, the hard way, that the hop, the grain and even the grape do not mix very happily.

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Bingalau

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"as" and "has" .... and of course "there" and "their" .... When I see these errors it makes me think "Am I getting it wrong?"

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lotvic

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"past" and "passed".... makes me cringe.

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