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thePenrod wrote:No purchases from West Virginia. I wonder why...?
Nor Mississippi. I don't wonder why, though.
Don't you mean "Cosa Nostra Grammaticale"? 'Grammatica' is a noun; You want an adjective modifying 'cosa'.
fanickel wrote:Don't you mean "Cosa Nostra Grammaticale"? 'Grammatica' is a noun; You want an adjective modifying 'cosa'.
The way I see it, "Cosa Nostra" is an adjective for "Grammatica." Like "Congress" serving as the noun in "United States Congress."
eve314 wrote:The way I see it, "Cosa Nostra" is an adjective for "Grammatica." Like "Congress" serving as the noun in "United States Congress."
That is called a noun adjunct, which Italian doesn't have. It renders "United States Congress" as "Congresso degli Stati Uniti d'America".
Ironically, the Italian phrase "Cosa Nostra Grammatica" is grammatically nonsensical. A true grammar stickler promotes good grammar in all languages.
Triosinal wrote:What's with the steak knives quality post...?
Don't look at me...seriously...stop staring...
poogy1680 wrote:Ironically, the Italian phrase "Cosa Nostra Grammatica" is grammatically nonsensical. A true grammar stickler promotes good grammar in all languages.
It's missing some punctuation. From the translation I think it should be "Cosa, Nostra Gammatica?" However, I don't know any Italian so I wouldn't know if that sentence structure was correct to begin with.
Freakin Pengazi errorists...
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Glad I wasn't the only one to notice zero purchases from WV and MS. Although I suspect I might be the only person in SC who purchased this. Maybe I should buy more...and start a revolution.
Any chance of ever seeing this in other colors (specifically, black)?
sheckyx wrote:Any chance of ever seeing this in other colors (specifically, black)?
Possibly, in a future Plus event. You never know.
Got mine and the print was about two inches off center...
Kinda wondered if this was some sorta test for the owner given the shirt's content.
Woot is sending a replacement.
tinachaffee wrote:I want ALL the shirts. Couldn't you please carry them in larger sizes? I promise to buy them.
I often buy the men's sizes because they fit me better.
As a writer/editor for a secret, underground government organization, I cannot not buy this. For my country's own good. For YOUR own good.
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