Guia wrote:to be clear: it ain't aint, it's ain't.
I understood I left the apostrophe out. With the word being slang, I didn't think it mattered. Anyway, "is not" or "isn't" should be used instead of Aint/Ain't.
In this particular case, I was trying to be ironic and so as to defuse any notion that I was being a prude. Well, it looks like I failed on that score!
I think I did too. I am obviously a card carrying member of the grammar police! To be truthful, I am an engineering instructor right now, and did just get done grading 60 technical memo's, so may be too sensitive to grammar issues/want to help correct issues too much. Just maybe...
In any case, I got a chuckle out of someone using ain't in a correction of someone else's grammar. Once again, thank you for the humor. Sorry it seemed like a goad.
So, to get back on track, here's a question I am thinking about as I am planning to attend my first GP this year:
What gives the best overall experience for the money, grandstands or hillside seating/general admission? I imagine it depends on the track so here are the ones I was considering: Canada, Great Britain, Belgium, Italy, US (Austin). Also, out of those, which one would members recommend?
There is no try, only do.