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    #1

    hold with them things

    Dear all,

    "Harry's off his rocker with that shooter, and I don't hold with them things.
    right, yea, well, you say that you do. yea, and don't balls it up."


    Does the highlighted part mean "I'm not satisfied with that but you said it satisfies you"? I don't know why "things" are capitalized, though!

    Thanks a lot.

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    #2

    Re: hold with them things

    Please edit your transcription of the text. It doesn't make sense as is.

    And 'things' is not capitalised.

    Rover

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    Re: hold with them things

    "I don't hold with them things," means "I don't approve of those things."

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