RE: Information

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Date: Sun May 13 2001 - 08:02:53 BST

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    Wade wrote:

    <<Look, I totally agree that _anything_ that _anyone_ has _ever_ said at
    _any_ time is _fiction_- and thus opinion is a great deal of it, and that
    the best thing that anyone could ever say would also be open to opinion,
    but the _best way to use a word_ ain't, and never was, a matter of
    _opinion_. It has always and shall ever more remain, a matter of

    What's the consensus on the use of the word "ain't"?

    Richard Brodie

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