I took him off filter a month or so ago. He's woken up to the reality that is blinkx.
Let's hope this is the year of miracles. One in particular I'd welcome is a rebound in at least a modicum of revenue growth, which I imagine would cause a spike in the share price.
If we back out the cash (our enterprise value) we’re trading at less than 30% of revenue for the trailing 12 months inclusive TAC. That’s around 60% of revenue less TAC. The beating we’ve taken has been way overdone to the downside. Here’s to that miracle for next year, MC.
"Whom do you think you are kidding, Mr. Hitler..." This would be the preferred form, the fact that, in this instance, the preposition is in the wrong place (at the end) is not a contradiction of the general rules or any implication that it is a grammatically correct construction in the first place.
If you are not clear on the difference between 'subject' and 'object' rules (and most people are not) then simply avoid them, don't even go there. Just switch to using the 'preposition' form by prefixing 'To'.
"I can't imagine at who that was directed." then becomes I can't imagine to whom that was directed ("to" being the 'preposition' which always demands the 'object' use of 'whom' )
Also remember: "Who stands behind whom?" In this sentence: "who" is the subject; "behind" is the preposition; and "whom" is the object. The word that comes before the preposition is the subject of the preposition, while the word that comes after the preposition is the object of the preposition.
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