> Well, it does appear that I am guilty as charged for not using "me", the
> objective form of "I" in this case.
Off with his head!
> However, let he who is without sin cast the first stone.
** Thwack **
> [ boring grammatical discussion deleted ]
> While you can argue that some of these grammatical deviations are
No, they are *all* stylistic conventions. You're not implying that I make
mistakes, are you?
> I suspect I have made my point that neither of us write
> perfect English sentences all the time.
That should be, "neither of us *writes* ..."
> It appears we have two choices.
> We can either continue this battle of the nerdy grammarians until we have
> reached a paranoid and lonely state of grammatical perfection, or we can
> call a truce.
Third option: escalate from battle to full fledged, mailing-list-destroying
> I prefer a truce.
Of course you do. Make it unconditional surrender on your part, and it's a
- Joe :-)