Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Jon Hein is God, Jul 29, 2013.
Set your DVRS!
What a twat
check out I on Fox and
since when do adorable and high tech belong in the same sentence?
I'm not a big-time grammar guy, but shouldn't it be "Check out me and Beth Stern. . . . "?
Great. Two idiots. A tech-expert and English major a mere "credit" shy of graduation.
Will she dress up in a beaver costume. Will she unveil a cat adoption app for the iPhone. Will she manically wave her arms like cheap used car inflatable balloon person.
Shit, Oats probably looks at the shops of her around here and think it's some kind of magic buttons that get pressed to make that shit happen.
Tech expert that couldn't save a document.
Beth will be unveiling a new free iphone app that lets you send donations for the new
Bianca wing of NSAL directly from your bank account.
She does realize there won't be any actual foxes on the program, right?
Beth and I.
What a fucking moron. This should be some segment.
Me save word doc in lotus notes imbedded email from ghostwriter? That's unpossible! Outta here!
"Me and x" is actually incorrect grammar
But maybe it actually isn't in this context
I'm going by the old tool of figuring out the "I" or "me" thing. Look, I'm not a "heart" grammar guy. I play grammar by "ear." And that sentence seems wrong.
So, if she removed Oats from it, she'd be saying "Check out I on Fox and Friends. . . . "
It seems, again I'm not an English major so take it with a grain of salt, that "Check out me on Fox and Friends" would be correct.
Yes see my post. Drop the Beth and say it. It's me. And you would say "check ME out on blah blah" thankyou