posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 10:15 AM
Originally posted by tri-lobe-1
For me today has being a revelation.....
not only did i get some answers from a practicle perspective..... ie old kingdom vase making....
BUT i got to see a self admited know it all.....smart-as#....school teacher.......with 30yrs of study....
claim ignorance??????......he admitted to not knowing about this publcation.........
Too bad I can't teach you reading comprehension.
here's what I said:
I have never seen in e-form
FYI, "never" usually means not ever. "Seen" is, of course, looked at.
Now, the "e-form" part might be a little advanced for your level so let me take it slowly.
"E" attached to the front of a word typically refers to an abbreviation for "electronic." So, "electronic form" would mean, in this specific case,
online. However. "e-form" can also refer to a copy of the book that an individual owner has scanned into his own personal electronic device.
Regarding the book itself, it's sitting on my shelf at home.
I'd rather have the e-version, though. Without physical proximity, it's difficult to shove the actual, physical
book down the throats of you
and your idiotic peers.
Perhaps you can get an older person, or a 3rd grader, to read this to you.
edit on 1/11/2013 by Harte because: (no reason given)