I don’t know which statement is true after the execution of the following statements.
Both of these statements were in the script.
In the previous two statements, the last statement shows that it was the author’s intention to kill Colt and to get rid of him. The author was obviously trying to kill him.
Yes, they were trying to get rid of him. It was the point of the exercise. However, the rest of the statement shows that it was the authors intention to kill him, and that was done in the first place.
The author should be dead.
The author should be dead because the author is a murderer. While it is true that the execution of the statement was not in the script, it is also true that the statement was presented in it’s entirety. That statement has been “in the script” for quite a while and is the same one that has been used in this very article. In fact, the statement was used in the very first sentence of the article: “the author should be dead.
That’s right. The statement, “The author should be dead,” was a one-liner that was written in the very first sentence and then was used to imply that the author should be dead. That’s a very different meaning from death and that’s the meaning we should keep in mind when we think of the statement: That the author should be dead.
The statement is literally “The author should be dead.” However, in a more literal sense, the statement is “The author should be dead, because he’s dead.” The only way the statement can mean “The author should be dead” is if the author is currently dead or that he is a part of a process that will get him to be dead.
We should also keep in mind that our point is to avoid the negative and to avoid having to spend more time with the author.