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9.23.2009

Plane Crash At Bridgeport Airport?

As with all my breaking news, this is extremely unconfirmed.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

It was a small plane and it was minor, no one was hurt.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like it just ran off the runway. No injuries / fire. DPS and FAA are their.

Anonymous said...

Grammar of so many in Wise County pushes me over the edge!!!!! My husband graduated from a Wise County school some 30 years ago, and I am continually appalled at the grammar usage of the class of
197_ and so many others! Where were the English teachers back then? I'm so tired of hearing how wonderful their English teacher was. I dont know if she is still living and I don't want to insult her family so I won't give her name, but PLEASE!!!!! Use a reference book after you type and before hitting the "send" button!!!!
And to those of you who will complain that I should "do something if I dont' like it".....I teach..... Not in Wise County!

Anonymous said...

t. bishop?

Anonymous said...

3:56

Nice paragraph structure, and I like the way you saved space by not using an apostrophe in the concatenation, "dont".

Starting a sentence with the word "and" is also...interesting...for an English teacher..."dont" you think?

Good luck to the kids at Azle High School planning on majoring in English.

Double Fake "Lady" Jane Collins

Anonymous said...

DPS and FAA are their...what?

Anonymous said...

Maybe Tom Bishop circled over a Meth lab to long and the fumes got to him or somethin.

Anonymous said...

Little Aggie General again?

Anonymous said...

Grammar police alert. FYI to all Wise Countians, someone that teaches somewhere is more smarter than all yous hethans!

Anonymous said...

I'm never flying Braniff again!

Anonymous said...

3:56

English was my minor at BU. You would NOT make the grade there!

You teach where? Inquiring minds want to know.

Anonymous said...

With that attitude, I'm pretty happy you're not teaching around here. You seem like such a...pleasant, happy person.

Anonymous said...

3:56PM

Thnak you for your post regarding the atrocious writing of the English language from 50-something year old grads of a Wise County high school. I am not an educator, but know enough about proper writing to note that you had a few errors in sentence construction in your post. I take it you don't teach English, or if you do, you do not practice what you preach.

jim said...

3:56

u suck

chupacabra said...

3:56 says, "Grammar of so many in Wise County pushes me over the edge!!!!! My husband graduated from a Wise County school some 30 years ago, and I am continually appalled at the grammar usage of the class of
197_ and so many others! Where were the English teachers back then? I'm so tired of hearing how wonderful their English teacher was. I dont know if she is still living and I don't want to insult her family so I won't give her name, but PLEASE!!!!! Use a reference book after you type and before hitting the "send" button!!!!
And to those of you who will complain that I should "do something if I dont' like it".....I teach..... Not in Wise County!"

I don't even know where to start. It may be advisable to look up the proper use of elipses and work from there.

Anonymous said...

10:27

Baylor, class of '79.

Put that in your pipe and SMOKE IT!

Double Fake Greggo

Anonymous said...

10:27

Nevermind. I meant that for 3:56.

My anti-depressants must be out of balance....again.

Double Fake Greggo

chupacabra said...

Pardon me- ellipses.