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Guestmudgeon Sam Wereb says

I can't stand when pretentious blowhards say, "For all intensive purposes." Please explain that it is "for all intents and purposes."

Yes, even though this was mentioned in Sez You... not too long ago, it is becoming so common that we thought it should be addressed again, this time in Curmudgeons' Corner.  Isn't it funny how people continue to say things that make absolutely no sense?

Is there something you read or hear that sends you up the wall?

Do tell us. 

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