the evil turn the indentifier practical

GoodTaste

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What does "the evil turn the indentifier practical" mean?


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Lash @blatham,
Me, Merriam [FONT=Georgia, Times, serif]and Webster? Cause they agree with me.[/FONT]

Lash [FONT=Georgia, Times, serif] [/FONT]@Lash,
Maybe you haven't noticed the evil turn the indentifier practical has taken

roger @snood,
Too bad unlikeable isn't an impeachable offense.

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Raymott

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"Maybe you haven't noticed the evil turn the indentifier practical has taken."
Misspelling of 'identifier', ie. the noun 'practical'.

I take it to mean " 'Maybe you haven't noticed the evil turn this word ('practical') has taken. It sounds like the writer is suggesting that 'practical' has taken on a usage that he disagrees with.
I have no idea what the conversation is about.

 
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