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Fine statement, sticking a question mark at the end of a statement doesn't make it a question. What is the question?
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Tony Capon (capon) 4 years ago
Forget the subject matter. The technique is part of the rich tapestry of expression of the English language. The question mark's use, in this case, invites comment. Enjoy the language! Tony
So, you are saying you have never met a carrot or rutabaga or cabbage that didn't deserve to be killed and eaten? They are out there...wild vegetables that need to be brought under control...
I rather consider the killing of humanity and mother nature to be worse than the killing of plants.
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