Express your nature.

Upload, Share, and Be Recognized.

Join with Facebook
or join manually

Old Comments:

2009-04-10 22:17:42
Yes. I don't take anybody here too seriously.
2009-04-10 22:09:44
Sure thing. I'm sure you're right about a b preferring to hear it from you rather than patito! Yours being a kinder and gentler form of tutelage. ;-)
2009-04-10 22:00:52
...perhaps now it'll stick. ;-) I meant it well, you know that, don't you?
2009-04-10 21:54:37
Thanks for the explanation, Kevin. - I know that Patito has taught a few people the difference between your and you're, but I just thought that A Bouts would rather hear it from me than from Patito, given their various differences of opinion. ;-)
2009-04-10 21:10:42
I know I know. I guess I was concentrating more on the message than the grammar. :-) This is the second or possibly the third time this has been brought to my attention here on pixdaus.
2009-04-10 21:05:00
It's a term that comes from Baseball. I'm not that big of a sports fan, but I think it's when one batter substitutes for another who for some reason can't play. So I thought you were kinda filling in for Patito while he's away. ;-)
2009-04-10 20:48:59
I assume it is something funny, but what is 'pinch hitting'? - See, Connie, I don't know everything! ;-)
2009-04-10 20:24:14
Doing a little pinch hitting for Patito! ;-)
2009-04-10 16:45:30
A Bouts, I am going to teach you one thing before I bow out: YOUR is a genitive, used to indicate possession (my, his, our), as in "Where are your bird pics?" YOU ARE is written YOU'RE, as in "'re right about that." ;-) ;-)
2009-04-10 13:45:56
Not mine but, I assume. I don't remember where I got it originally. The acorn and Obama badge really look out of place and not natural but your right about the rest.
2009-04-10 13:32:29
Nice photoshop job!