Someone wrote: =- =- On Saturday, February 27, the University United We Stand America will ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ =- present Ross Perot at the University of Texas Bass Concert Hall. Before I attend this event or join the organization, perhaps someone can tell me how to parse this unfortunate phrase. Some punctuation would help enormously. Consider, is it: United we stand, America! or maybe United, we stand America. (Presumably we can't stand it as individuals.) or even yet United, we. Stand, America! (The rest of you get up off your butts?) Perhaps veiled nostalgia for the cold war and NATO: United West and America. Or, Ross is soliciting investors for a leveraged buyout of UAL, and will sell its Far East routes for a quick buck: United: West and America No, wait! It's an anagram! ``I am a sweeet, candid runt.''
(From the "Rest" of RHF)