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(Some Guy) Video Finally, a movie that captures the emotional arc and non-stop legislatin' madness of the US Congress. ESTA VEZ, ES PERSONAL (Sponsored link)   (dreamthedocumentary.com ) divider line
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2013-04-24 04:33:54 PM  
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ESTA VESVEZ, ES PERSONAL

Reparé eso para ti.
2013-04-24 08:47:03 PM  
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pkrzycki: APE992: The Green Intern: Lor M. Ipsum: APE992: So why does this sponsored link get a comments thread?

Good question.  Personally, I usually check out comments before I go to the article, so the Featured Partners get 0 clicks from me.

/not gonna click on this link, either
//meh

God, so very much THIS

Same here. I pay $5 a month for this crap and that means someone has to answer my questions no matter how drunk I may be.

I realisticly think if you're a TF member, there should be an option to remove featured partner bullshiat.


You pay $5 to see all the crap that wasn't good enough to make it to the regular site so why are you complaining about having to see crap?
2013-04-24 06:14:46 PM  
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Myria: Flt209er: Now I'm wondering if 'es personal' or 'esta personal' is proper. Pretty sure 'esta ves' should read 'este vez' either way. Any native speakers, feel free to correct me.

I'm not a native speaker, but "vez" is a female word, so it's "esta vez".  I'm not sure whether it should be "es personal" or "está personal"; the difference between the two "to be" forms has always confused me.  I would have said "Esta vez, está personal".

Note that there is an accent on the verb; that's the way you distinguish "this" from "is"/"it is".


As a native speaker, "es personal" is the correct form. "Ser" (es) is usually for a permanent state or describing something that doesn't change often (My wife is very intelligent - Mi esposa es muy inteligente), while "Estar" (está) is for a temporary state (My wife is very sick - Mi esposa está muy enferma.) This site gives more information on the difference between the two verbs.
2013-04-24 04:08:57 PM  
1 vote:

APE992: The Green Intern: Lor M. Ipsum: APE992: So why does this sponsored link get a comments thread?

Good question.  Personally, I usually check out comments before I go to the article, so the Featured Partners get 0 clicks from me.

/not gonna click on this link, either
//meh

God, so very much THIS

Same here. I pay $5 a month for this crap and that means someone has to answer my questions no matter how drunk I may be.


I realisticly think if you're a TF member, there should be an option to remove featured partner bullshiat.
2013-04-24 03:54:08 PM  
1 vote:

APE992: So why does this sponsored link get a comments thread?


Good question.  Personally, I usually check out comments before I go to the article, so the Featured Partners get 0 clicks from me.

/not gonna click on this link, either
//meh
2013-04-24 03:51:16 PM  
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So why does this sponsored link get a comments thread?
 
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