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Well trusty is certainly a word....no debate there. However, if you go back to Webster's you will see that it is first listed as an adjective, which is by far its more common usage. I saw you did your research on "trusty" but I think you can agree that "trustee" is a more commonly used noun. So you are technically correct albeit a bit calculating and rude. If it makes you feel better to quote Webster's then more power to you. Thanks for your help though professor.
Brumby is just another San Antonio river water victim of eastern European extraction afflicted with Col. Fannin disease. It's been happening since the westward illegal alien migration of Americans of the 1800s. The water makes them think they're musket ball proof.
oldgoliad - SAY WHAT?????
delagaza is such a good example for school shildren. i mean he on scholl bared and everything. NOT again goliad does not protect the kids. thanks u , sheriff brumby.
Such a beautiful little community with so much history that has to be tarnished with negativity. Lesson in life: what goes around - comes around and you reap what you sow. Past deeds whatever they might be.............always come back to haunt you in all aspects of life.
Sounds to me like a crybaby can't get his way and is whinning about it. Maybe they don't want him to be the one in charge as school resource officer. Live with it and find another job, Crybaby!
wimpy...The plural of "trusty" is "trusties". Class dismissed.
maybe they should at least be consistent, its spelled two different ways...
Davec...maybe you should check the dictionary before criticizing.
trusty (noun): a well behaved and trustworthy convict to whom special privileges are granted; a person or thing that is trusted.
The word is "trustee" not trusty or trustie. Common Advocate.