Penguin wrote:I don't even understand the question... there's something wrong with what? Like, grammatically? Are we looking for a spelling mistake, a factual inconsistency, or something more... sinister?
Lexington wrote:Since the officer died immediately, there's no way to know what he was dreaming.
Axolotl wrote:There is obviously the implication that the storyteller is most likely making it up or inferring his own explanation for what happened, however there is no way of proving that he is wrong
posiduck wrote:Have you read the book about N chinese brothers (for some N, maybe 5 or 7) and each one was immune to a specific type of execution, so one couldn't be burned, and one had an un cuttable kneck, etc.
Except one of them had no super powers, or whatever, and he got arrested, so the book was them all swapping around to avoid the death penalty?
nerd65536 wrote:In church (we're talking about the early 1900's) don't people kneel all the time? If they're kneeling, they would be right up against the seat in front of them, making it impossible to fall FORWARD.
Please don't let it be something stupid like the word "this" in the last line (the question) refering to the last line itself. English doesn't have exact meanings for pronouns; the meaning comes from context; most people would assume "this" refers to the story, but it may refer to the statement.
posiduck wrote:Also, the god of dreams wouldn't let someone die on his watch.
Jack Saladin wrote:etc., lock'd
Mighty Jalapeno wrote:At least he has the decency to REMOVE THE GAP BETWEEN HIS QUOTES....
Sungura wrote:I don't really miss him. At all. He was pretty grouchy.
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