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Old 09-04-2009, 11:46 AM
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For God's sake it is FIT, FIT, not "Fitment" when you are talking about panel fit.

"Fitment" is a noun, it is a piece of funiture for Gods sake and has nothing to do with how something "fits".

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Old 09-04-2009, 03:21 PM
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do you have these often ?
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If you start a rant about prolly...I'll join in.
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Another peeve: It's "I couldn't care less" for Gods sake it's NOT "I could care less". If you could care less then why wouldn't you? I hear people on TV use the wrong phrase all the time.

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How about irregardless? what's the 'ir' prefix about? And what about "the person 'that'. If it's a person, it's 'the person who'. Would you say "the part who wouldn't fit?"
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Old 09-04-2009, 05:45 PM
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How about irregardless? what's the 'ir' prefix about? And what about "the person 'that'. If it's a person, it's 'the person who'. Would you say "the part who wouldn't fit?"
HEY, you mean that isn't a word? Dang, I use it all the time
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How about when someone installs a rubber garment . Ever heard that one. Cole
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Thanks for the grammar lessons. Did not do well in this phase of my formal education and became an engineer where good grammar was not required.

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I just have the need to "axe" you what sent you into this mood Brian. Somebody "pea" in your pool????????



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How about when someone installs a rubber garment . Ever heard that one. Cole

Yeah, but this is a family oriented site, we don't allow that stuff here.......
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what about "hot water heater"? why would anyone want to heat hot water?
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How about irregardless? what's the 'ir' prefix about?

I heard a guest on a talk radio program yesterday use "irregardless" while I was in the car. The worst part is that he was from the Department of Education. I wanted to spazz out.
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You mean ...have a fitment?
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You mean ...have a fitment?



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