07/02/201935 Comments

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When I am king, ect. will be first against the wall! But king of what? Appointed by whom? And how would that effect you, anyway? THAT'S the question.

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  1. summon says:

    Tyrant 😉

  2. pearl says:

    Quite right! There should be severe penalties for grammar offenses, especially the use of “then” for “than” (ie, I prefer chocolate more then vanilla.); off with their heads!!

  3. go.fact.yo.self says:

    I am worried about my grammar, with well-written sentences like the one above.
    My primary years consisted of 4 different schools a year every year until I left school after barely 120 days into my first year of high school. I am an amateur on the subject, I must confess to having never come across this spelling you mention “ect”.

  4. owen22 says:

    The “elections turn people into children” phenomenon is perfectly exemplified by those “I VOTED!” stickers that are given out at booths. People place them on their chests like badges of honor, similarly to how a grade-schooler wears their gold star sticker to signal what a good, well behaved boy or girl they are. It’s absolutely bizarre.

    • cooly says:

      Occasionally I’ll see a clip of one of those inane late night shows where the guest celebrity is sporting the “I VOTED” sticker like a proud child who’s mom put his retarded crayon drawing on the refrigerator. Baffling. At least Sasha Baron Cohen satirized it one time by showing up with the sticker on his suit, then peeled it open to reveal about 50 more stickers.

    • Octium says:

      Compulsory voting from where I come from. We should be given stickers that say “I Voted because your lovely government was going to throw me in a cage like an animal if I didn’t!”

  5. Rooster_Ninja says:

    I would ban “utilize,” “use” is more than capable of standing on its own two legs. Adding “itize” to the end of words doesn’t make words more exciting or techy.

    Bah, I scoff-itize its usage!

  6. zyxzevn says:

    Here are the other candidates:

    Camacho 2020
    I kill everyone

    Strange women lying in ponds distributing swords 2020
    The traditional basis for a system of government

    Lebowski 2020
    Aggression will not stand, man

    CTHULHU 2020
    Don’t settle for the LESSER of two evils.
    Vote for the GREATEST.
    Lives don’t matter

    Rick Astley
    He will never..

    But can we trust that they keep their promises?

  7. cooly says:

    I had a philosophy professor who on the first day of class said “…and if anyone uses an apostrophe for a plural, I will fail your paper!”
    No one mistook that for a joke.

  8. jonathan_s says:

    Are there any exceptions for people who’s native language isn’t English?
    Oh well.. Dear leader James, I will try to improve my grammar, please don’t put me in internet jail 😉

  9. Stronghorse says:

    Oh my!
    Guilty as charged. I have used the 3 letter and dot myself, although I had never really thought about it. I’ve seen it used for nearly 6 decades, and was even taught to use it in grammar school. Along with numerous other falsehoods.
    You make perfect sense though King James, and I shall cease and desist said practice as of now.

    There, now I have learned something today, and that is always a good day.

    Oh, and no stickers for me for I agree the voting scam is not for me.

  10. bladtheimpaler says:

    “I am the master of my fate,
    The captain of my soul.”……..etcetera or is that et cetera?

  11. victoria says:

    it is absolutely criminal… ECT ~ electroconvulsive therapy, frequently used by CIA MKULTRA doctors, etc. they totally deserve to be jailed!

  12. Fawlty Towers says:

    Love ya King James!
    Everything you do and say is so rich!
    I’d vote for you if I could.
    Not sure for what though. 🙂

    I’m recommending all you ‘Mericans
    spoil your ballots and vote for Corbett 2020!

  13. pettit says:

    Lord of the files? =/?

    • manbearpig says:

      boy that’s vaguely terrifying… as a techno twist… 😯

      “there aren’t any grownups…We shall have to look after ourselves…”

      damn, my nose is running again…

      “And in the middle of them, with filthy body, matted hair, and unwiped nose, Ralph
      wept for the end of innocence, the darkness of man’s heart, and the fall through the air of the
      true, wise friend called Piggy.”

  14. NES says:

    O Great King or Mr. President–

    May you reign forever! C-O-R-B-E-T-T! Corbett! Corbett! Corbett! Bow, scape.

    While you’re at it on the ect. front would totally like send the CIA to whack anybody who uses the words THAN and THEN wrong?

    Than, you will be saving the children, the elderly and the disadvantaged more then, you-know, that other king.

  15. pcwise555 says:

    He,he ECT just plain looks wrong. The only thing I remember from my college English class was the prof being irate about people using the word “impact”
    as a verb. All these years later, it still bugs me when I hear it.

  16. Chapati says:

    Had a good Chuckle with my morning tea. Great speech, thank you James

  17. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Around the 3:50 mark,
    I really got a chuckle when Corbett gives the sidenote: “…And I would like to say for my household, but my wife might have something to say about that….

    That is right.
    It is found in the unwritten “Book of Marriage Rules”, Chapter 24.
    Every married guy should read it.
    Most married guys, if not all, have never read it. And thus, they learn about the chapters through experience as the years progress.
    If I had only read it beforehand, it would have saved me from a lot of confusion.

  18. davinci says:

    ect ect ect… and that’s the beauty of what James is saying. As much as it annoys him, he is not going to physically try to restrain me from the ignorance of typing ect. Corbett 2020!!

  19. rueckl1b says:

    ECT, I love that video!
    Corbett 2020: Go James Go!

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