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Nov 17 2016

There’s the Door

Category: General InfoLori @ 12:00 am Comments (4)
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Last week I said that it’s not every day you see a cartoon about doors, and then Kevin Lach of Twin City Hardware sent me another one.  I think this might sound familiar to some of you…   😀

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Posted with permission from Mike Rosenthal of vectorbelly.com.

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4 Responses to “There’s the Door”

  1. Mojo says:

    ingmarbirdman misspelled “THEIRS” in the last panel.

    It is a great shame that not very many folks nowadays know the difference between a pronoun and a contraction – your vs you’re.

    If it is “YOUR” in the first panel, shouldn’t it be “THEIRS” in the last panel?

  2. Terry Crump, FDAI says:

    I know I’m picking nits here, but it’s ‘you’re’. Oh, and it’s also funny.

  3. Clair E Gunnet Jr AHC says:

    Before i became an AHC I did well in English classes. I agree with You’re in the first panel and There’s in the last panel. I believe There’s is a contraction of There Is. The cartoon is hilarious.

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