It's called poetic license. Poets can make up words and phrases as it suits them.
Some words when used enough times they actually become acceptable.
Poets are not generally burdened with rules of grammar and language usage as other writers, of course excluding journalist as well.
Yes many of us are mentally disturbed, especially poets.
I consider it amusing how many people are anti Walmart. They complain about their personnel policies and completion with local merchants, etc.
Yet they will shop at Target, Kmart, Sears and all the other corporate businesses which basically have the same employee policies as Walmart and compete with the locals.
Many of these complainers drive large, gas guzzlers, have boats, go on expensive holidays, buy homes they really cannot afford and are deep in debt as they support many other large corporations who don't treat their employees any better than Walmart does.
I stated it's amusing but not really, they are hypocritical, boring individuals.
Snow-Flamer states the usual "spin" to attempt to
justify his position after making numerous mistakes.
Charging for tests that are not to be charged for is ridiculous. Not knowing the laws that CR operates under is proof he should be terminated.
Also whoever is in charge (supposedly the President) isn't doing a very good job either if they don't know what their staff are or are not doing properly.
Good luck with your accreditation.
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