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Jake

Parse that??!! You're asking a guy that regularly uses "...." as a generic catch-all punctuation for lack of any better idea what symbol to use.

As if....

ken

I know how it ends... William Cody.

Or with a loss in the Super Bowl.

paul

what's the answer? i'm stumped

gail

Adjective, Noun (subject main clause), Verb, Noun (object), Adjective, Noun (subject dependent clause), Verb.

gail

Buffalo buffalo = buffalo from Buffalo

gail

It would translate as Buffalo from the city of Buffalo regularly buffalo those buffalo that buffalo from the city of Buffalo regularly buffalo.

paul

where did you find that? truly arcane

gail

I don't remember anymore. English teachers use it to baffle their students.

Jenny

Hello, I'm baffled!

Do you miss your students?

gail

Not yet. It's only been a week. But I might be compensating by creating Beautiful English.

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