wpeeters Wrote:
Nov 30, 2012 3:58 PM
Indeed, for there to be an "again" there had to be a moment when there was not. again |?'gen; ?'gan| adverb another time; once more : it was great to meet old friends again | they were disappointed yet again. • returning to a previous position or condition. He hasn't stopped lying so there's no again but "still" like Rick clearly observed.