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“All I want tosay is that Florida and Michigan violated, a decision which was made and agreed to by all concerned at the time.”
“Two – the buyer would ask the seller to have an electrician evaluate the panel for safety, and the seller would find an electrician willing tosay the panel is safe.”
“DJR says: yankee: If you use the phrase to mean “raise the question”, some pedants will silently dismiss you as a dunce, while others will complain loudly, thus distracting everyone else from whatever you wanted tosay.”
“Just so I understand, you are now conceding you are partisan: The only issue is whether you are a “mere partisan” or rather a partisan who also has something tosay.”
“DjDiverDan says: ben: What a despicable and classless thing tosay”
“How about predicting that some gays in the military would continue to act like Choi, grandstanding and chaining themselves to the White House, even after DADT is repealed — would that be irresponsible and just silly tosay?”
“When I see such hysterical hyperbole, I cannot trust the judgement of the author and lose interest in what he has tosay.”
“Is, “Sorry, I thought you looked like a drug dealer” too much tosay?”
“To the ideologues out there who talk about “principle” which is too often nothing more than code for “You better think just like me, or else I will call you unprincipled!” there is only one thing tosay.”
“Is that not the essence of what the unfortunate law student was trying tosay?”
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