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Video: Thay sed, we say

by Jeremy Hooper

Last night, we saw this:

There was but only one response:

Homosexuality [YouTube]
Re: Homosexuality [YouTube]

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Your thoughts

Fitting response to a perfect example of insulated logic. And the soundtrack was great! What is that song?

Posted by: Brian | Jun 25, 2007 9:06:52 AM

I like how after the first point, the spelling and grammar went down the drain. Seriously, I am FAR more offended by the egregious assault on the English language committed in that video than I am by the misbegotten understanding of homosexuality.

Posted by: Karanis | Jun 25, 2007 11:21:12 AM

Karanis: I completely agree! I found myself cringing with every new frame at the horrible use of spelling and grammar. I loved that the response addressed that fact!

Perhaps someone needs to school this person or group of people not only in the basics of the English language, but also in the basics of making a legitimate argument. Was is just me, or did it seem to be nothing but a circular argument?

Posted by: Kristen | Jun 25, 2007 1:34:10 PM

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