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Commander Kinsey

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Mar 15, 2023, 10:38:13 PMMar 15
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Does anybody really fall for these things?

"Hello there, [email address]
I am can not find anyone on your team who working in the CorelDraw program. Can you provide me with the contacts - email or phone for your CorelDraw specialist, or call or write me?
Appreciate it, and have a good one."

The most annoying thing in there was "write me". Ever heard of the word "to"? You can't write a person. You write letters, words, sentences, not animals.

rbowman

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Mar 15, 2023, 11:43:40 PMMar 15
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On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 02:38:07 -0000, Commander Kinsey wrote:

> The most annoying thing in there was "write me". Ever heard of the word
> "to"? You can't write a person. You write letters, words, sentences,
> not animals.

https://brians.wsu.edu/2016/05/19/write-me/

"But if you’re an American trying to please foreigners or particularly
picky readers, you might keep the “write me” phobia in mind."

Foreigners can kiss my rosy red ass, or arse if you prefer.

micky

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Mar 15, 2023, 11:51:08 PMMar 15
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In alt.home.repair, on Thu, 16 Mar 2023 02:38:07 -0000, "Commander
Amour Sans Paroles

Write me no poem, Sing me no song, Just take me in your arms Where I
belong. Paint me no picture, My need's not for art,...

https://search.library.wisc.edu/digital/A5NPATGI3KH3X48J/pages?as=text&view=scroll

Your spammer must be a Yankee

Peeler

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Mar 16, 2023, 4:25:00 AMMar 16
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On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 02:38:07 -0000, Birdbrain Macaw (aka "Commander Kinsey",
"James Wilkinson", "Steven Wanker","Bruce Farquar", "Fred Johnson, etc.),
the pathological resident idiot and attention whore of all the uk ngs,
blathered again:

<FLUSH the subnormal sociopathic trolling attention whore's latest
attention-baiting sick bullshit unread again>

Gay wanker birdbrain on women:

Birdbrain Macaw (now "James Wilkinson" LOL) about women:
"I don't want one. Easy enough to get one if I wanted one."
MID: <op.yqiy7...@red.lan>

---
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"I don't want one, they're nothing but a nuisance."
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---
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"Women should learn to enjoy sex.."
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---
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world:
"...men are superior, so a woman dressed as a man looks better, not worse."
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"99% of females are not worth having."
MID: <op.za7ek...@red.lan>

Peeler

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Mar 16, 2023, 4:26:45 AMMar 16
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On 16 Mar 2023 03:43:35 GMT, lowbrowwoman, the endlessly driveling,
troll-feeding, senile idiot, blabbered again:


> https://brians.wsu.edu/2016/05/19/write-me/
>
> "But if you’re an American trying to please foreigners or particularly
> picky readers, you might keep the “write me” phobia in mind."
>
> Foreigners can kiss my rosy red ass, or arse if you prefer.

That very arse through which you are always talking, you pathological senile
Yankee bigmouth?

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fish. I will admit I've had chicken that tasted like fish. I don't think I
want to know what they were feeding it."
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Peeler

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Mar 16, 2023, 4:38:09 AMMar 16
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On Wed, 15 Mar 2023 23:51:03 -0400, micky mouse, the absolutely idiotic,
notorious, troll-feeding, senile ASSHOLE, blathered again:


> Amour Sans Paroles
>
> Write me no poem, Sing me no song, Just take me in your arms Where I
> belong. Paint me no picture, My need's not for art,...
>
> https://search.library.wisc.edu/digital/A5NPATGI3KH3X48J/pages?as=text&view=scroll
>
> Your spammer must be a Yankee

Is there no bait set out by the Scottish wanker that is silly enough for you
miserable senile Yankee bigmouths so you will NOT take it gladly and
thankfully, every time?

Hibou

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Mar 16, 2023, 5:56:18 AMMar 16
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Le 16/03/2023 à 02:38, Commander Kinsey a écrit :
>
> Does anybody really fall for these things?
>
> "Hello there, [email address]
> I am can not find anyone on your team who working in the CorelDraw
> program. Can you provide me with the contacts - email or phone for your
> CorelDraw specialist, or call or write me?
> Appreciate it, and have a good one."

Bad grammar in spam is a good thing. It's a useful warning sign.

> The most annoying thing in there was "write me".  Ever heard of the word
> "to"?  You can't write a person.  You write letters, words, sentences,
> not animals.

"Write me" is characteristically American, but I don't think it's bad
grammar.

"I wrote him a letter" is perfectly good BrE, as is "I wrote to him".
This is because 'him', 'me', etc. are the forms for both accusative and
dative cases. De même pour les noms propres - er, similarly for proper
names - "I wrote George a letter", "I wrote to George", etc..

Peeler

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Mar 16, 2023, 11:20:18 AMMar 16
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On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 09:56:14 +0000, Hibou, another brain damaged,
troll-feeding senile ASSHOLE, blathered:


> Bad grammar in spam is a good thing. It's a useful warning sign.

Feeding a well-known TROLL and ATTENTION WHORE is a bad thing, troll-feeding
senile SHITHEAD!

>> The most annoying thing in there was "write me".  Ever heard of the word
>> "to"?  You can't write a person.  You write letters, words, sentences,
>> not animals.
>
> "Write me" is characteristically American, but I don't think it's bad
> grammar.
>
> "I wrote him a letter" is perfectly good BrE, as is "I wrote to him".
> This is because 'him', 'me', etc. are the forms for both accusative and
> dative cases. De même pour les noms propres - er, similarly for proper
> names - "I wrote George a letter", "I wrote to George", etc..

You've been successfully trolled by the attention-starved gay wanker again,
senile shithead! LOL

Commander Kinsey

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Mar 20, 2023, 8:30:01 PMMar 20
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On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 03:43:35 -0000, rbowman <bow...@montana.com> wrote:

> On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 02:38:07 -0000, Commander Kinsey wrote:
>
>> The most annoying thing in there was "write me". Ever heard of the word
>> "to"? You can't write a person. You write letters, words, sentences,
>> not animals.
>
> https://brians.wsu.edu/2016/05/19/write-me/
>
> "But if you’re an American trying to please foreigners or particularly
> picky readers, you might keep the “write me” phobia in mind."

Write me is illogical. That means you're actually writing me. You can't create me by writing. You create the letter you send to me.

Strange Americans miss out a word. Usually they add more, like "now what you're gonna wanna do next is turn right", whereas Brits say "turn right".

> Foreigners can kiss my rosy red ass, or arse if you prefer.

Why are Americans obsessed with the ass/arse? Is it because they're so big over there? Instead of "get over here", they say "get your ass over here". Surely you and your ass are connected, you can't move one part of you only.

Commander Kinsey

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Mar 20, 2023, 10:08:07 PMMar 20
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"Write me no poem" is acceptable. It's like "write me a letter". But you can't "write me". It's "write to me". Write me is missing the end, is it a letter, a poem, a bill, a court request?

Commander Kinsey

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Mar 20, 2023, 10:09:35 PMMar 20
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On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 09:56:14 -0000, Hibou <vpaereru-u...@yahoo.com.invalid> wrote:

> Le 16/03/2023 à 02:38, Commander Kinsey a écrit :
>>
>> Does anybody really fall for these things?
>>
>> "Hello there, [email address]
>> I am can not find anyone on your team who working in the CorelDraw
>> program. Can you provide me with the contacts - email or phone for your
>> CorelDraw specialist, or call or write me?
>> Appreciate it, and have a good one."
>
> Bad grammar in spam is a good thing. It's a useful warning sign.

Maybe they do it on purpose so only the stupid people reply. They're easier to fool and less likely to report them.

Or maybe scammers are all Nigerians with English as a second language.

>> The most annoying thing in there was "write me". Ever heard of the word
>> "to"? You can't write a person. You write letters, words, sentences,
>> not animals.
>
> "Write me" is characteristically American, but I don't think it's bad
> grammar.
>
> "I wrote him a letter" is perfectly good BrE, as is "I wrote to him".
> This is because 'him', 'me', etc. are the forms for both accusative and
> dative cases. De même pour les noms propres - er, similarly for proper
> names - "I wrote George a letter", "I wrote to George", etc..

Yes. You wrote George a letter. But you didn't write George. That would be writing the word George.

Ruud Harmsen

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Mar 21, 2023, 4:03:45 AMMar 21
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Tue, 21 Mar 2023 00:29:54 -0000: "Commander Kinsey" <C...@nospam.com>
scribeva:

>On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 03:43:35 -0000, rbowman <bow...@montana.com> wrote:
>
>> On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 02:38:07 -0000, Commander Kinsey wrote:
>>
>>> The most annoying thing in there was "write me". Ever heard of the word
>>> "to"? You can't write a person. You write letters, words, sentences,
>>> not animals.
>>
>> https://brians.wsu.edu/2016/05/19/write-me/
>>
>> "But if you’re an American trying to please foreigners or particularly
>> picky readers, you might keep the “write me” phobia in mind."
>
>Write me is illogical. That means you're actually writing me. You can't create me by writing. You create the letter you send to me.

'Iemand schrijven' is normal in Dutch, perhaps also in German.

>Strange Americans miss out a word. Usually they add more, like "now what you're gonna wanna do next is turn right", whereas Brits say "turn right".

--
Ruud Harmsen, http://rudhar.com

Peeler

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Mar 21, 2023, 5:16:02 AMMar 21
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On Tue, 21 Mar 2023 09:03:36 +0100, Ruud Harmsen, another mentally
challenged, troll-feeding senile asshole, babbled:


> 'Iemand schrijven' is normal in Dutch, perhaps also in German.

Troll-feeding by senile assholes has obviously become the new "normal" on
Usenet! <BG>

Silvano

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Mar 21, 2023, 2:54:22 PMMar 21
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Ruud Harmsen hat am 21.03.2023 um 09:03 geschrieben:
> Tue, 21 Mar 2023 00:29:54 -0000: "Commander Kinsey" <C...@nospam.com>
> scribeva:
>> Write me is illogical. That means you're actually writing me. You can't create me by writing. You create the letter you send to me.
>
> 'Iemand schrijven' is normal in Dutch, perhaps also in German.


By now every AUE reader should have understood that according to Kinsey
every language in the world should follow the English way of thinking.
ROTFLMAO.

Jerry Friedman

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Mar 21, 2023, 3:42:38 PMMar 21
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He knows it's a good way to troll for responses.

--
Jerry Friedman

Peter Moylan

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Mar 22, 2023, 4:21:47 AMMar 22
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Ruud hasn't been in AUE long enough to realise that one never responds
to Kinsey.

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Ken Blake

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Mar 22, 2023, 11:54:18 AMMar 22
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On Wed, 22 Mar 2023 19:21:43 +1100, Peter Moylan
<pe...@pmoylan.org.invalid> wrote:

>On 22/03/23 06:42, Jerry Friedman wrote:
>> On Tuesday, March 21, 2023 at 12:54:22?PM UTC-6, Silvano wrote:
>>> Ruud Harmsen hat am 21.03.2023 um 09:03 geschrieben:
>>>> Tue, 21 Mar 2023 00:29:54 -0000: "Commander Kinsey" <C...@nospam.com>
>>>> scribeva:
>>>>> Write me is illogical. That means you're actually writing me. You can't create me by writing. You create the letter you send to me.
>>>>
>>>> 'Iemand schrijven' is normal in Dutch, perhaps also in German.
>>> By now every AUE reader should have understood that according to Kinsey
>>> every language in the world should follow the English way of thinking.
>>> ROTFLMAO.
>>
>> He knows it's a good way to troll for responses.
>
>Ruud hasn't been in AUE long enough to realise that one never responds
>to Kinsey.


Or better yet, everyone should killfile Kinsey, as I do.

Kerr-Mudd, John

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Mar 22, 2023, 4:13:40 PMMar 22
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His alter-ego 'Peeler' is clearly a problem.

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Bah, and indeed Humbug.

Peeler

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Mar 22, 2023, 5:07:16 PMMar 22
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On Wed, 22 Mar 2023 20:13:36 +0000, Kerr-Mudd, John, another notorious
senile smartass, babbled:


> His alter-ego 'Peeler' is clearly a problem.

I am the solution, you demented senile smartass!

Phil Carmody

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Mar 23, 2023, 3:43:06 AMMar 23
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Kinsey ain't one of the names I recognise from aue in previous decades
(I never actually unsubscribed, I merely watched the number of unread
messages accumulate by the tens of thousands), and everyone starts not
in the killfile, obviously. OK, apart from googoogroups users, that is.

However, the problem's fixed. Unlike Kinsey. But that's not my problem
any more.

Phil (who knows that the news server wasn't actually preserving the
messages longer than a timespan best measured in months)
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gained some understanding of the world in which we live. As such, we can cast
aside childish remnants from the dawn of our civilization.
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Commander Kinsey

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Apr 1, 2023, 3:58:32 PMApr 1
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The word English is even in the title of the group.

Peter Duncanson [BrE]

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Apr 16, 2023, 7:20:01 PMApr 16
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On Tue, 21 Mar 2023 00:29:54 -0000, "Commander Kinsey" <C...@nospam.com>
wrote:

>On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 03:43:35 -0000, rbowman <bow...@montana.com> wrote:
>
>> On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 02:38:07 -0000, Commander Kinsey wrote:
>>
>>> The most annoying thing in there was "write me". Ever heard of the word
>>> "to"? You can't write a person. You write letters, words, sentences,
>>> not animals.
>>
>> https://brians.wsu.edu/2016/05/19/write-me/
>>
>> "But if you’re an American trying to please foreigners or particularly
>> picky readers, you might keep the “write me” phobia in mind."
>
>Write me is illogical. That means you're actually writing me. You can't create me by writing. You create the letter you send to me.

However, that usage of "write" is sufficiently popular that it is
included in the OED:

17.c. transitive. To compose and send a letter to (someone). Now
chiefly North American. In early use with the recipient as an
indirect object (in Old English dative object). By the late 18th
cent. apparently typically analysed as a direct object, and in
Britain viewed as colloquial, or associated with the usage of
business and commercial circles. Now viewed as nonstandard in
British English and similar varieties, but in standard use in North
America.

OE West Saxon Gospels: Luke (Corpus Cambr.) i. 3 Me geþuhte
geornlice eallum oð endebyrdnesse writan þe, þu se selusta
Theophilus, þæt ðu oncnawe þara worda soþfæstnesse of ðam ðe þu
gelæred eart.
a1413 (?c1385) G. Chaucer Troilus & Criseyde (Pierpont Morgan)
(1882) v. l. 1303 Thow hast not wreten here [c1430 Cambr.
Gg.4.27 wrete to hyre] syn þat she wente... Now write here þanne
[c1430 Cambr. Gg.4.27 write to hire].
c1450 C. d'Orleans Poems (1941) 125 (MED) I sory am thus forto
write yow here, Forwhi to say hit were me more plesere Bi mouth
then make this ocupacioun.
1611 J. Ussher Let. 4 Oct. in R. Parr Life J. Usher (1686) Coll.
vii. 15 Together with..Mr. Cook's Books you wrote me of.
1672 in Camden Soc. Misc. (1881) 13 Being in hast, have not tyme
to wright any body else.
1763 E. Carter in Mem. (1808) I. 356 I writ you from Amsterdam.
1795 Ld. Nelson in Dispatches & Lett. (1845) II. 32 As I write
you,..I shall not write Mrs. Nelson this day.
1854 W. M. Thackeray Newcomes I. xxxi. 310 Clive..wrote me about
the transmogrification of our schoolfellow.
1864 J. H. Newman Apologia vi. 346 When friends wrote me on the
subject, I either did not deny or I confessed it.
1891 Harper's Mag. Nov. 840/1 Mr. Adams was another character of
whom my host had written me.
1922 C. Mackenzie Altar Steps xxiii. 263 I will write you again
when I have seen Father Burrowes.
1955 J. P. Donleavy Ginger Man xi. 104 I haven't. You can't
blame me. I'm sorry I wrote your father. I'm sorry for it.
1973 Black Panther 17 Nov. 10/2 It is circulating an impeachment
petition nationwide while encouraging all citizens to write their
congressmen.
2017 New Yorker 27 Feb. 49/3 ‘My sched is so tight, literally
from sunrise to well past sunset,’ Flynn wrote me, in a text
message.



>
>Strange Americans miss out a word. Usually they add more, like "now what you're gonna wanna do next is turn right", whereas Brits say "turn right".
>
>> Foreigners can kiss my rosy red ass, or arse if you prefer.
>
>Why are Americans obsessed with the ass/arse? Is it because they're so big over there? Instead of "get over here", they say "get your ass over here". Surely you and your ass are connected, you can't move one part of you only.

--
Peter Duncanson, UK
(in alt.usage.english)

Commander Kinsey

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Apr 16, 2023, 7:33:34 PMApr 16
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On Mon, 17 Apr 2023 00:19:55 +0100, Peter Duncanson [BrE] <ma...@peterduncanson.net> wrote:

> On Tue, 21 Mar 2023 00:29:54 -0000, "Commander Kinsey" <C...@nospam.com>
> wrote:
>
>> On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 03:43:35 -0000, rbowman <bow...@montana.com> wrote:
>>
>>> On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 02:38:07 -0000, Commander Kinsey wrote:
>>>
>>>> The most annoying thing in there was "write me". Ever heard of the word
>>>> "to"? You can't write a person. You write letters, words, sentences,
>>>> not animals.
>>>
>>> https://brians.wsu.edu/2016/05/19/write-me/
>>>
>>> "But if you’re an American trying to please foreigners or particularly
>>> picky readers, you might keep the “write me” phobia in mind."
>>
>> Write me is illogical. That means you're actually writing me. You can't create me by writing. You create the letter you send to me.
>
> However, that usage of "write" is sufficiently popular that it is
> included in the OED:

To please the Merkins who think they can speak English.

> 17.c. transitive. To compose and send a letter to (someone). Now
> chiefly North American. In early use with the recipient as an
> indirect object (in Old English dative object). By the late 18th
> cent. apparently typically analysed as a direct object, and in
> Britain viewed as colloquial, or associated with the usage of
> business and commercial circles. Now viewed as nonstandard in
> British English and similar varieties, but in standard use in North
> America.

Translate the above into English.
2017 is from America, not Britain. So is 1973. Anything earlier than that is irrelevant.

Ken Blake

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Apr 16, 2023, 9:42:30 PMApr 16
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On Mon, 17 Apr 2023 00:19:55 +0100, "Peter Duncanson [BrE]"
<ma...@peterduncanson.net> wrote:

>On Tue, 21 Mar 2023 00:29:54 -0000, "Commander Kinsey" <C...@nospam.com>
>wrote:
>
>>On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 03:43:35 -0000, rbowman <bow...@montana.com> wrote:
>>
>>> On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 02:38:07 -0000, Commander Kinsey wrote:
>>>
>>>> The most annoying thing in there was "write me". Ever heard of the word
>>>> "to"? You can't write a person. You write letters, words, sentences,
>>>> not animals.
>>>
>>> https://brians.wsu.edu/2016/05/19/write-me/
>>>
>>> "But if you’re an American trying to please foreigners or particularly
>>> picky readers, you might keep the “write me” phobia in mind."
>>
>>Write me is illogical. That means you're actually writing me. You can't create me by writing. You create the letter you send to me.
>
>However, that usage of "write" is sufficiently popular that it is
>included in the OED:



If I were writing an autobiography, I would probably write "me" often.

Peeler

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Apr 17, 2023, 4:19:42 AMApr 17
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On Mon, 17 Apr 2023 00:19:55 +0100, Peter Dunce [BrE], the brain dead,
troll-feeding senile ASSHOLE, blathered again:


> However, that usage of "write" is sufficiently popular that it is
> included in the OED:

Listen, you troll-feeding senile asshole, that proven clinically insane
attention whore and troll is sufficiently popular on Usenet. Idiots like you
who can't resist taking his absolutely idiotic baits are the very reason why
he will come back for more, and the sick pig was just waiting for another
opportunity to get his foot in aue again!

Paul Wolff

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Apr 17, 2023, 9:24:00 AMApr 17
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On Sun, 16 Apr 2023, at 18:42:25, Ken Blake posted:
>On Mon, 17 Apr 2023 00:19:55 +0100, "Peter Duncanson [BrE]"
>>On Tue, 21 Mar 2023 00:29:54 -0000, "Commander Kinsey" <C...@nospam.com>
>>>On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 03:43:35 -0000, rbowman <bow...@montana.com> wrote:
>>>> On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 02:38:07 -0000, Commander Kinsey wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> The most annoying thing in there was "write me". Ever heard of the word
>>>>> "to"? You can't write a person. You write letters, words, sentences,
>>>>> not animals.
>>>>
>>>> https://brians.wsu.edu/2016/05/19/write-me/
>>>>
>>>> "But if you’re an American trying to please foreigners or particularly
>>>> picky readers, you might keep the “write me” phobia in mind."
>>>
>>>Write me is illogical. That means you're actually writing me. You
>>>can't create me by writing. You create the letter you send to me.
>>
>>However, that usage of "write" is sufficiently popular that it is
>>included in the OED:
>
>If I were writing an autobiography, I would probably write "me" often.

When I was at boarding school, I wrote my parents a letter every week.
Perhaps the inclusion of a direct object in that sentence forces the
brain to recognise "my parents" as an indirect object. Once that hurdle
is passed, there's no compelling reason why I shouldn't have continued
to write my parents.
--
Paul W

Dingbat

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Apr 18, 2023, 7:05:09 PMApr 18
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On Sunday, April 16, 2023 at 4:20:01 PM UTC-7, Peter Duncanson [BrE] wrote:
> On Tue, 21 Mar 2023 00:29:54 -0000, "Commander Kinsey" <C...@nospam.com>
> wrote:
>
> >On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 03:43:35 -0000, rbowman <bow...@montana.com> wrote:
> >
> >> On Thu, 16 Mar 2023 02:38:07 -0000, Commander Kinsey wrote:
> >>
> >>> The most annoying thing in there was "write me". Ever heard of the word
> >>> "to"? You can't write a person. You write letters, words, sentences,
> >>> not animals.
> >>
> >> https://brians.wsu.edu/2016/05/19/write-me/
> >>
> >> "But if you’re an American trying to please foreigners or particularly
> >> picky readers, you might keep the “write me” phobia in mind."
> >
> >Write me is illogical. That means you're actually writing me. You can't create me by writing. You create the letter you send to me.
> However, that usage of "write" is sufficiently popular that it is
> included in the OED:
>
> 17.c. transitive. To compose and send a letter to (someone). Now
> chiefly North American.
>
Why don't you write me?
I'm out in the jungle, I'm hungry to hear you
Send me a card
I am waiting so hard to be near you
<https://genius.com/Simon-and-garfunkel-why-dont-you-write-me-lyrics>
>
<<Publish me>>
- Savelyev to Barley Blair
in The Russia House (movie)
<http://www.script-o-rama.com/movie_scripts/r/russia-house-script-transcript-pfeiffer.html>

Commander Kinsey

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No idea what all that poncy public school shit you just wrote means. But if you write your parents, you're writing them. You don't make them, you make the letter.

Commander Kinsey

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