In war you kill the people who are the victims of the tyrant you claim to be fighting against.
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Grammar Lessons I Learned from TV
'Is' should never precede 'you'. Ever. There is no grammatical situation in which 'Is' would correctly come before 'You'. In fact, 'Is' should not come after 'You' either, at least not without some punctuation involved.