Discussion in 'Transformers General Discussion' started by racnruin, Jun 11, 2007.
Looking for Beast Wars Neo Big Convoy fan art or Dan Khanna Big Convoy pic's?
Um...are you asking us if we're looking for it, or are you asking for links to the art?
Either way, try this.
Wow! thats rude.
Youll probably get a better answer from the fanart section.
Makotron made a pretty cool one awhile back: http://www.ggaub.com/tf/fanart/mo_bigconv.jpg
Omegatron = jerk.
Anyone with a chip on their shoulder about grammar should avoid the internet.
Omegatron1 does have a point there. The question mark totally changes the intent of the post. Either he is looking for fan art or he is asking if people here are. The lack of a subject doesn't help any. Of course the way Omegatron1 went about making his point if a bit jerkish.
here's one i did sometime back
Nice one Josh!
Also just type that in the search at Deviantart.com and you will find a few. I would link ya but I am at work and DA is blocked here.
That's awsome. ^
and for the record the original post makes little sense.
Omegatron has a point. If you are going to start a thread asking for something that can be found with a fairly basic Google search, you may want to ask properly.
I gotta admit, I LOL'ed
Me donts like it when thats kind of peoples gets on undother peopls about grammers.
To everyone knocking the OP:
Anyone with the common sense God gave a cow could easily figure out what he wants. Why would he ask US if we want Dan's art?
Like none of you people EVER had a damn typo on a message board.
In response to my critics: I don't spend all my time being grammarcop. It's not even a hobby, really. But, in this case, the intent of the original poster is quite unclear. If my response was rude, it's no ruder than asking for a favor, and not even making one's intentions clear. If the original poster had been from a non-English speaking country, I'd even find that understandable. I do think the link provided would be able to help racnruin to make his/her desires more clear in the future.
Or, to paraphrase zmog...
Anyone with a chip on their shoulder about rudeness should avoid the internet.
Beaten to it.
*To Makotron's link, that is.
Okay, even I gotta admit... I pretty much got owned on that one. That was SO MUCH more clever than the pithy grammar link that just made you look like a jerk.
The sad thing about grammar on the internet is that more often than not, the worst english grammar seems to come from posters in english-speaking countries. Go figure that one.
Though the difference is that poor grammar online is a weakness deserving of gentle guidance. Online rudeness is a disease deserving of blunt force trauma.
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