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Comment 8 by Carl Sai Baba :

Yes, but it is worded in the present tense. "never do it" != "never have done it"

I don't agree, given the meaning of "never". Yes, it's in the present tense, but to take another example: "I never win the lottery" implies that not only is the speaker not winning it right now, but they have not ever won it.

Thu, 14 Jun 2012 09:16:56 UTC | #947352