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KolbSaves wrote:generally, words that end in e drop the e when "ing" is added as a suffix
Kelly Gruber wrote:Thanx. You are right in that I put the note there simply to cover my ass. I didn't want people to figure out my strategy until after I had the SP/RP closers. But, I also wanted to be able to show them the note in case this exact situation hapenned. I figured out this strategy last year and I'm simply employing it again. As a member of the league, competing for the pot, it would not be wise to reveal my startegy to everybody. But, as commissioner, I have some responsibility to inform people of the rules and etc. The question is, where does my responsibility start and end? I thought that posting the note was enough. I didn't care if anybody read it. It is like a contract. If someone signs it, it is his responsibility to read what it says. He can't argue that he missed clause 2b and therefore is not bound to it. People gave me 25 bucks in an implied contract (ex: by eating at a restaurant, even though you do not sign anything it is implied that you will pay at the end). I made the rules, we drafted, they got screwed. Their fault, not mine.
Am I right or do you disagree?
bboy wrote:KolbSaves wrote:generally, words that end in e drop the e when "ing" is added as a suffix
Your sentence omitted a capital letter at the beginning and a full stop the end. Technically you should have also said "the suffix" and not "a suffix."
yeah I got your point, I just don't put emoticons all over my posts all the timebboy wrote:So basically syntax doesn't matter, hence the tongue in cheek thingy. That also wasn't a sentence.
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