Why are “Never” and “Forgotten” capitalized? I guess I would understand it more all letters in both words were capitalized because it might put more emphasis on the phrase, but she is treating the words as if they were nouns. Unless, of course, the people who have fallen are part of a group called Never Forgotten and Stefanie simply wants to state facts.
Let me get this straight: I’m a PhD of Electrical Engineering with a Professional Engineers license but I have a very hard time with grammar and spelling. That makes me retarded. Good to know…
What about people that can’t understand something very simple to me like electromagnetic field theory? Does that make thoughs people even more retarded since they can’t understand something so simple to a retard?
But I guess you’re right, it’s still fun to make fun of thoughs who can’t spell.
Please Lamebook, for James’ and Stephanie’s sake, and for the sake of all those other PhDs of electrical engineering with professional engineering licenses everywhere, shut this site down; James’ doesn’t find it funny.
I’m pretty impressed that she spelled ‘though’ correctly. I mean technically the only thing that what misspelled was the fact that she put an ‘s’ on the end. Word usage, however, seems to be a problem for her.
I suppose I could make a unicorn (crying tears made of guns, naturally) galloping through the background, perhaps around the delicate flowers somewhere. Its horn would naturally be some sort of large automatic weapon, preferably a Kalashnikov AK-47.