Posted by Steve E on July 07, 2005
In Reply to: Explain this posted by ESC on July 06, 2005
: : : explain this if you don't suceed then try and try again
: : "Explain this if you don't suceed?" "Explain this if you don't suceed?" That makes no sense. Ok, wait, it's succeed. And maybe he means "Explain this: 'if ...'" Yeah, that must be it. Ok, here goes: If you fail at a task (say, punctuating) then you should persist. Try, and try again, because eventually you will succeed. In theory.
: Except if you subscribe to the despair.com way of thinking. If at first you don't succeed, quit. There's no sense making a fool of yourself. Also: www.despair.com/ demotivators/los24x30prin.html
Not to put too fine a point on it, but I believe the expression is: "If at first you don't succeed, then try, try again."
- Explain this ESC 08/July/05