Yesterday you graced us with 5 posts in a row (responding to your own post). Isn't it funny how they all have EXACTLY 3 rec's?
C'mon, we are smarter than that here. We can all read the 8-K and really do not need you to post parts of it and then sprinkly your comments under it.
Look dude, it's obvious that you are (or were) an FNIS employee. SHUT THE &%@* up and get back to work and make me more money!!!!
Yes. I hadn't thought about it, but I haven't seen or heard it for awhile. I would use it rather than loan, but I'm persnickety. My pet peeve is the almost universal misuse of apostrophes. I think someone held a sale on them and people bought enough to sprinkle them liberally.
This might be entitled, "The Verb that America Forgot", imagine hearing someone say, "Friends, Romans, countrymen, loan me your ears." then ask yourelf: When was the last time I heard anyone use the verb "lend" ?
Newscasters, politicians, learned men etc. they (almost) all use "loan (noun)" when they should be using the verb (e.g. loan me 5 bucks? / I loaned (lent) him 5 bucks). It seems to have been universally adopted.