Go for it.
I'm sure they'll be delighted you called and let them in on this secret.
Well, you better tell them!
Voter rolls are public.
How do you know that Obama was never published in the Review?
If you've read the article (and "numerous others"), you know that her residence in the development is not in question. It's a fact.
Seriously, read the article. It's unambiguous.
I don't get it.
I use the past tense because "becoming addicted" to something is a predicate to being addicted to that thing.
I'm afraid I don't understand your grammar argument.
I see no error in my statement.
Drug addiction is a disease as well. That hasn't stopped the government from locking up drug addicts.
You don't have it straight.
Sex is not an addiction. A beer isn't an addiction either.
But it's possible to become addicted to either.
Read the article. It clearly states that the address she gave was, in fact, her correct address.
Separate names with a comma.