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Old 12-07-2021, 09:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default name a piano artist that does acid

I'll give an example, vice versa outlawz - real talk mood.
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Old 12-07-2021, 04:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I am sick and tired of people using the incorrect pronoun.

It is, "Name a piano player who does acid."

When a pronoun refers to a person, you're supposed to use "who." When a pronoun refers to an inanimate object, that's when you use "that."

"The computer that crashed."
"The plumber who fixed my clogged drain."

I suppose animals could go either way:

"The cat that caught the mouse," or, "The cat who caught the mouse."

Simple rule that too many people get wrong!
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Old 12-07-2021, 05:09 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I know a lot of musicians did acid in the sixties. I'm sure a few of them were piano players
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Name me a pianee player that done did the acid.

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Wouldn't his piano burn up or dissolve?
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The player would melt... his brain.
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Does the piano artist do acid or does acid do the piano artist?
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I am sick and tired of people using the incorrect pronoun.

It is, "Name a piano player who does acid."

When a pronoun refers to a person, you're supposed to use "who." When a pronoun refers to an inanimate object, that's when you use "that."

"The computer that crashed."
"The plumber who fixed my clogged drain."

I suppose animals could go either way:

"The cat that caught the mouse," or, "The cat who caught the mouse."

Simple rule that too many people get wrong!
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