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Share Price: 0.264Bid: 0.263Ask: 0.265Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.002Spread as %: 0.76%Open: 0.264High: 0.265Low: 0.264Yesterday’s Close: 0.264



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Doughnuts
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RE: Grammar
23 Jul '14
Chill out doggy, there is no track: the SP is like watching paint dry right now, so no harm in having some fun with language to break the drudgery.
Personally I'm still enjoying Wexford's tongue twister, probably the most memorable thing around here in a week in terms of quality and incisiveness, to say nothing of radar's effluxion.
 
Senator1
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RE: ...
23 Jul '14
Can you say why you think 0.4 by year end? also why you think it has huge potential if it falls materially from here? What worries me most is that almost everyone thinks it has huge potential in the months/years ahead.
Hotdog1
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Grammar
23 Jul '14
Guys your behaving like a bunch knob ends. Let get back on track. I believe there is huge frustration re lack of traction on this share but berating one another is childish. If we get to .40 which I think a poster says by Xmas I'll buy the first 10pints in mulligans
ramerci73
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RE: Grammar?
23 Jul '14
Now that is ironic......
mark_omeara
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...
23 Jul '14
I can see BKIR edging 0.25 today....

As for earlier comments around my job/ promotion...... my focus is penny shares and trading. I have been following BKIR when it was 0.08 a share and I see real potential in this stock which I have heavily traded over the last 14+ months
ramerci73
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RE: What clowns
23 Jul '14
I'm not giving out. And I was not attempting to school anybody. I was just noting the many ways that the construction of the question could be posed correctly or incorrectly in terms of grammar (or grammer) as my Irish friends always say (phonetically).

And it is nice to see that you recognise the "gibberish" but slightly disappointing that you failed to read and appreciate what I was actually doing.

Shakespeare played with verse and language in a way that appreciated distinctive dialects and encapsulated the essence of the English language. He erred purposely for effect and oft misspelt words to emphasise a characters wit or to highlight a pun.

Please re-read again with emphasis. Then note the irony.

Who are the clowns? Why is it not obvious?

http://www.amazon.com/Homework-Grown-ups-Everything-Learned-Promptly/dp/0767932382

This is an amusing book to say the least with a very good chapter on grammar. I hate to toot my own horn of course but I did contribute.....
Doughnuts
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RE: What clowns
23 Jul '14
Ramerci, give us a break.

He said "Who are the clowns sons ?" ie a question. No genitive case involved.

Of course a comma after "clowns" would have made it clearer that "sons" was in fact the vocative case.

Anyway, only 1 and 2 in your list are correct, the rest unfortunately is gibberish (or linguistic clownery at best), not poetry. As is "grammer".

If you want linguistic gymnastics, check out Wexford's last tongue-twister, real quality.
BruceJamieson
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Grammar?
23 Jul '14
I thought grammar was spelt with 2 a's! If you pontificate make sure you are not speaking to the Pope.
ramerci73
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RE: What clowns
23 Jul '14
who are the clown's sons?

Who are the clowns' sons?

Who are the clowns son's?

Who are the clowns sons'?

Who are the clown's son's?

Who are the clowns' son's?

Who are the clown's sons'?

Don't know if you appreciate this or not. You appear to have a very good grasp of the English language so I hope you don't take offence. You know effluxion of time and all that jazz....
Many poets use grammer and in some cases abuse grammer for their own devices.
canapa123
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Sp
23 Jul '14
Wtf -loads of buys & only 10000 sells & yet SP is down!



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