Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by RadiomanATL, Oct 3, 2009.
Longest Science Experiment. Ever.
Solid and objectively verifiable results....Totally unlike what the Keynesian medieval economic barbers can come up with.
Don't stop me...I'm rolling.
Theodoric of York; Medieval Barber
My pleasure. Steve Martin and the original SNL cast, unbeatable.
For a minute, I thought it was the Tuskegee Experiment when the US Government let 399 black men suffer from syphilis starting before Shirley Temple's first movie to the year Janis Joplin died just to see what would happen. They let wives and children become infected and ordered doctors to not treat them even when they had the cure. It was an experiment that lasted generations. It was actually what set Rev. Wright off.
I agree. In the third sentence, the comma should come come after the professor's name and the word "saw" should come after the word "chagrin" and the comma. It would make for much better sentence structure and would read more smoothly:
"On returning the following morning, Mainstone, much to his chagrin, saw that the drop had fallen."
That simple change makes a world of difference...
What did he not have time to say before watching?
This experiment proves that (insert favorite god here) is an asshole
Separate names with a comma.