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    #21
    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    I'm okay, and I'm not old yet. :wink:

    Did you know that they shoot off firecrackers for my birthday? (Okay, not really. The date actually has a bit more historical significance than that.)

    :wink:
    If my memory serves me right, you were the first one to break the posting record( 5000 ps) and you got some colorful firecrackers. ( your birthday too? :wink: )

    Does my memory give you the right answer?

    I tend to think as you've posted so many that you are somehow to be called as an old hand, and so is your age. :wink:


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    #22
    OK. I do want to take it back. You not angry?
    Lol, you've nothing to take back, and why should I be angry?

    FRC


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    #23
    Quote Originally Posted by Francois
    OK. I do want to take it back. You not angry?
    Lol, you've nothing to take back, and why should I be angry?

    FRC
    To be honest, I do not know why. It should be just funny!

    I asked you: ša va, FRC?

    You not want to answer me? :(

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    #24
    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Did you know that they shoot off firecrackers for my birthday? (Okay, not really. The date actually has a bit more historical significance than that.)

    :wink:
    Have some fireworks for your birthday:
    http://www.njagyouth.org/Liberty_.htm


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    #25
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Did you know that they shoot off firecrackers for my birthday? (Okay, not really. The date actually has a bit more historical significance than that.)

    :wink:
    Have some fireworks for your birthday:
    http://www.njagyouth.org/Liberty_.htm
    A nice e-toy. Really!


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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by henry
    Quote Originally Posted by Francois
    OK. I do want to take it back. You not angry?
    Lol, you've nothing to take back, and why should I be angry?

    FRC
    To be honest, I do not know why. It should be just funny!

    I asked you: ša va, FRC?

    You not want to answer me? :(
    Ca va.

    FRC


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    #27
    He is company's owner. <--correct? what does it mean?
    He is company owner. <--correct? what does it mean?
    He is the owner of the company. <--correct?


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    #28
    He is company's owner. <--not correct
    He is company owner. <--not correct
    He is the company owner. <--correct
    He is the owner of the company. <--correct

    FRC


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    #29
    He is the company's owner. <--correct? what does it mean? If it is incorrect, can you tell me what does it mean too? So i can understand why is it wrong. thanks


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    #30
    Oh, maybe you can eventually:

    Quote Originally Posted by Webster
    Many writers consider it bad form to use apostrophe -s possessives with pieces of furniture and buildings or inanimate objects in general. Instead of "the desk's edge" (according to many authorities), we should write "the edge of the desk" and instead of "the hotel's windows" we should write "the windows of the hotel." In fact, we would probably avoid the possessive altogether and use the noun as an attributive: "the hotel windows." This rule (if, in fact, it is one) is no longer universally endorsed. We would not say "the radio of that car" instead of "that car's radio" (or the "car radio") and we would not write "the desire of my heart" instead of "my heart's desire." Writing "the edge of the ski" would probably be an improvement over "the ski's edge," however.
    "the company owner" and "the company's owner" have the same meaning anyway.

    FRC

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