29 December 2011



As in cannot.

I would sure like to see every instance of "government can't" changed from "is not allowed" to "is unable to."

I wouldn't need to worry so much about things then.


What many people mean when they say can't is "shan't" or "shall not".  That's much closer to meaning "not allowed to"

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