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Originally Posted by uandurine:
Originally Posted by Contendah:
Originally Posted by uandurine:

NBC's home page leads off with what seems like a tribute to the terrorists in Paris.

http://www.nbcnews.com/

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In your  abysmally unsophistcated state, you have obviously not comprehended the implication of the quotation marks in that headline.

 You misspelled unsophisticated.

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Bully for you; you found a typo. Ain't you sharp?

 

If you were halfway as sharp at reading and interpreting headlines, you might make better sense of them.

 

 

Originally Posted by uandurine:
Originally Posted by Contendah:
Originally Posted by uandurine:

NBC's home page leads off with what seems like a tribute to the terrorists in Paris.

http://www.nbcnews.com/

____

In your  abysmally unsophistcated state, you have obviously not comprehended the implication of the quotation marks in that headline.

 You misspelled unsophisticated.

 


LOL, his pride has taken a beating this morning.

Originally Posted by uandurine:
Originally Posted by Contendah:
Originally Posted by uandurine:

NBC's home page leads off with what seems like a tribute to the terrorists in Paris.

http://www.nbcnews.com/

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In your  abysmally unsophistcated state, you have obviously not comprehended the implication of the quotation marks in that headline.

 You misspelled unsophisticated.

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That's how contendah 'debates'.

 

Originally Posted by Contendah:
Originally Posted by uandurine:
Originally Posted by Contendah:
Originally Posted by uandurine:

NBC's home page leads off with what seems like a tribute to the terrorists in Paris.

http://www.nbcnews.com/

____

In your  abysmally unsophistcated state, you have obviously not comprehended the implication of the quotation marks in that headline.

 You misspelled unsophisticated.

____

Bully for you; you found a typo. Ain't you sharp?

 

If you were halfway as sharp at reading and interpreting headlines, you might make better sense of them.

 I guess that I didn't make my point clear enough for you in my first post.  This is NBC's lead story that doesn't really seem to condemn the actions of the terrorists.  A better lead story might have been about the victims rather that the terrorists.  Please forgive me for poking you about your typo, I make my share but I'm not as sensitive about them as you.

 

 

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