"Burn is very intelligent. Very. I don't think he will ever give up the idea of God".
It's intelligent to not "give up the idea" of just about anything....Now, put that in your pipes and smoke it Bible believers!
You read my statement this way: Burn is very intelligent. Very : I don't think he'll ever give up on the idea of God.
I didn't insert a semi-colon between Very and I don't think. My statement was not meant to be read as one statement as you read it and interpreted it. It was meant to be read this way:
1. Burn is very intelligent. Very.
2. I don't think he will ever give up the idea of God.
Some of you insinuate that he is an idiot. I say he's not an idiot. He is very intelligent. I'll even add two very's.
And it is my opinion that he will never give up on the idea of God.
Oh and you need to bone up on the use of your and you're. They are not interchangeable. I'm not always perfect in spelling or grammar, far from it, but I do know to use the contraction you're for you are. No biggie, but if you are calling someone an idiot, then be sure you don't sound like one.