She`s Smart [Pic]

Submitted by: Smutleybutt 4 years ago in Funny

Hey, if she can make a sammich, I"m there!
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Male 621
@OldOllie: Just because you don`t agree with my point, doesn`t mean I didn`t have a point. Obviously I *did* have a point, because you proceeded to argue against said point.

Furthermore, this is *not* an example of "the complete failure of crappy government schools", because there is no, zero, zip, zilch evidence that this person went to a public school.

Even if that was the case, anecdotes do not equal evidence. Good evidence requires many points of unbiased data and something more or less equivalent to compare it to.

To make this simple for you: this post doesn`t prove jack about public or private education. Your attempts to claim that it does only demonstrate how ignorant that *you* are about the rules of evidence and how much you need to constantly bring up your pet peeves even when it`s irrelevant to the joke.

You aren`t proving anything, you`re just being annoying.
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Male 15,832
[quote]Way to miss my point that your one shoe doesn`t fit *everything*.[/quote]
HiEv, I didn`t miss your point; you didn`t have one.

I don`t make all my posts about the complete failure of government attempting to do crap it has no business doing. This just happens to be an example of it -- crappy government schools that teach kids how to feel good about themselves even if they don`t know how to wipe their asses in the dark.

Now, I will grant you that the finest education in the world won`t fix a low IQ. You, for instance, could go through a Harvard Ph.D. program, and you`d still come out a drooling, fapping idiot.
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Female 127
@Kaleotera

That was the first comment. Or were you joking?
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Male 621
@OldOllie: "If the shoe fits..."

Way to miss my point that your one shoe doesn`t fit *everything*.
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Male 2,376
"Eastern US
466 Posts Sunday, June 10, 2012 11:46:33 PM
Jeez, I`m surprised no one has pointed out the "a intelligent" as opposed to "an intelligent".

Slackers. =)"

first comment down... slacker
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Male 2,552
randomxnp beat me to it. The hyphen is needed for well-educated, because it is an adjective.
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Female 1,324
@Kaleto

I can`t tell if you`re joking or not >> but I love people who do this. The people who get corrected deserve it most of the time lol.
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Female 472
Jeez, I`m surprised no one has pointed out the "a intelligent" as opposed to "an intelligent".

Slackers. =)
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Male 15,832
[quote]The hyphen is perfectly correct for a compound adjective. [/quote]
Right, unless it involves a word ending in "ly."

"This is an example of an incorrectly-hyphenated modifier."

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Male 1,293
The hyphen is perfectly correct for a compound adjective. Don`t correct someone else unless you know what you are talking about.
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Female 1,803
I`m constantly amazed at the number of people who leave out the hyphen in descriptive word combos like "well-educated". If her sentence was "I`m well educated" there would be no hyphen. But she essentially said "I`m a well-educated woman" so a hyphen is necessary because the two words TOGETHER modify "woman". The hyphen joins them together.
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Male 3,364
OldOllie: "Let me guess, government school?"

No. She`s a Tea Party Republican. Now which one is OldOllie?
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Male 15,832
@OswegoWriter: You do NOT hyphenate a unit modifier when the adverb ends in "ly."

Let me guess, government school?
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Male 15,832
[quote]Seriously, do you really have to make every post about your hatred for anything supported by the government?[/quote]
If the shoe fits...
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Male 6,737
Burn.
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Male 621
@OldOllie: Right, because no egotistical idiots EVER came out of private schools. (eyeroll)

Seriously, do you really have to make every post about your hatred for anything supported by the government?
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Male 5,814
Please stop saying "sammich"! It`s called "lasagna".
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Male 27
adverb-verb combinations used as a singular adjective should be hypenated when used before the subject; i.e.: well-hung commenter, brightly-painted house, etc.
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Male 1,448
...and the stupid shall be punished.
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Male 15,832
I wonder where she got that over-inflated sense of self-esteem. Where, oh, where...oh, I don`t know...let me see...could it have been...GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS?

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Male 5,413
Facebook users...
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Female 57
@smagvoy1 "They hyphen really should be used, though"

The not they
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Male 904
I think hyphen is ok to use. My feeling is that in that case it`s more of a stylistic choice.
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Male 11,740
She`s the pride of the projects.
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Female 1,743
@fausts

Sure they`re related, but intelligence doesn`t equate to being perfect at grammar, either. One could be awful at grammar but exceptional at mathematics and still be intelligent. Likewise, this person could be quite apt at speaking eloquently but poor at writing. Plus, being grammar police just makes you look like an ass. :P
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Male 2,172
I`m sure she will be afraid to post in the future because of this.
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Male 4,431
They hyphen really should be used, though.
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Male 531
May I be the first to say that `well educated` is related to those things?

(Also, question mark.)
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Female 1,478
I could have added more to it.
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Female 1,743
May I be the first to say intelligence isn`t always how well you can spell or use grammar.
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Male 1,377
Link: She`s Smart [Pic] [Rate Link] - Hey, if she can make a sammich, I`m there!
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