I was listening to the Giants' baseball game last night (we can get their station even up here in Seattle, at least after dark most nights), and I heard *FOUR* different ads from hi-tech companies looking for people. Something I haven't heard hear since the dot-com boom. I have a hard time believing you couldn't find *something* around there, giving that still-frenzied climate.<BR><BR>If you meant "PA." as in Pennsylvania... Well, what do you expect, coming from the sticks? (Okay, okay...don't hit me! I presume you have checked out the ASPJobs forum?)<BR><BR>
So few people knwo how to properly use an apostrophe. <BR><BR>I had a waitress argue with me once, because I told her that the "ya'll" on their sign should be "y'all". She didn't seem to grasp my quick lesson on the mechanics of contractions. Oh well.
I'm still learning how speak english like Americans or how NOT to speak english like the British so....<BR><BR>Would anyone care to explain me what's wrong with :<BR>"its time to look at it's features"<BR><BR>I assume its :<BR>"It's time to look at its features"<BR><BR>Because it is a contraction of "It is time..." and not " it is features..."<BR><BR>Right ?<BR><BR>Eniac