Kind of. If their grammar is I can’t feel my face when I’m with you sweater, but they’re trying to convince you they’re smart and woke and have read and understood scientific papers and all when clearly they haven’t succeeded at either, it’s somewhat pertinent. If the comment is purposely meant to insult my intellect, and it’s a grammatical shit show, I’ll call them out. All else goes. I think that’s a different situation than the one I’m thinking of. When someone likes to split hairs and stick their fat nose where it doesn’t belong, I hope they get called on that crap because it reflects how crappy of a person they are. Punctuation is just as important as grammar and spelling.
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And Jackie Myers, what Angela York Bocash is I can’t feel my face when I’m with you sweater, is actually the same exact thing you’re speaking of, just in a different context. Jackie Myers Perhaps. I just meant that I’m not always veering off topic because I’m uneducated in that particular topic. If they insult my intellect in that dialogue, I’ll definitely drop the grammar card faster than they can blink. The beak should have given it away. When they started flying, they would fly next to the golf cart and cars. We have to drive back to the pond on our property because we didn’t want them out in the residential area with cars from following us when we were leaving.