Unfortunately, you were either too lazy or too stupid to read further, or you would have discovered I NEVER made the statement your equally ignorant pal, forsure, attributed to me. When asked to direct me/us to the post wherein I made the "among the forest" statement he could not.<quoted text>Poor Dummkopf Dave. He still hasn’t learned his lesson. Every time he assumes the role of resident grammar critic, he shoots himself in the foot. Here’s an example of what happens to him whenever he dons the mantle of all seeing, all knowing, educator.
<quoted text>You should work on your own grammatical skills before you begin criticizing the grammar of others. Your penultimate sentence should read “You are certainly not a part of that group” as opposed to “You are certainly not among that group.” You cannot be among a single thing. You can only be a part of a single thing. A crowd is a single thing. For example, you cannot be among the forest even though it is comprised of several trees. You can be among the trees in a single forest, but not among a single forest. Similarly, you cannot be among a crowd. You may be in a crowd or you may be part of a crowd, or you may be among the people in a crowd, but you cannot be among a crowd.”
Some people are just slow learners I guess.
Why?...because I never said any such thing.
You lose...again. The result will always be the same, regardless of which name/personality you post under.
Next time, little fellow, do your own work when attempting to belittle or discredit me. In your rush to score childish "gotcha" points you've made a complete *ss of yourself...again.
Rolling On The Floor Laughing My Ass Off!!!!