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Re: Comcast? Don't you mean Xfinity?
said by THZNDUP:Dang. The humor only works if "thou hadst" paid attention in school ... said by NormanS: said by THZNDUP:
'Xfinity 15' may work for you and I ...
It doesn't work for 'she and I'; but it does work for 'her and me'!
I'm sorry but that went right over my head, or thru it without even slowing down......
"She", "I": Subjective pronouns; actors.
"Her", "me": Objective pronouns; recipients of actions.
"She and I did"..."it was done to her and me".
Unlike first and third person personal pronouns (she/her, I/me), the second person personal pronoun (you) is not case-sensitive now. In older times it was (thou/thee: "Thou didst", "it was done to thee").
~Oh Lord, why have you come
~To Konnyu, with the Lion and the Drum
THZNDUPDeorum Offensa Diis CuraePremium
Oh, OK. I was being too literal and vaporlocked on 'Xfinity 15'.
In hindsight (and with your prodding), I now realize I should have used 'me and you'.........
one should not increase, beyond what is necessary, the number of entities required to explain anything