Friday, December 14, 2007

Grammar Is Fun

Rusty Hardin, attorney for Roger Clemens, on his client's appearance in the Mitchell Report:

Roger Clemens adamantly, vehemently and whatever other adjectives can be used, denies that he has ever used steroids or whatever the word is for improper substances.

I guess English is kind of optional in law school. "Whatever the word is" for adamantly and vehemently is adverb, genius.

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