Not a problem friend, that's why I posted itThank you for posting this, for you've solved the problem that has plagued me since middle school that none of my teachers were able to properly explain to me: when to use 'who', and when to use 'whom'. Rules are as follows:
'Who' is the subject of a verb.
'Whom' is never the subject of a verb.
If anyone is curious and that doesn't adequately explain it to them, check the site out - it's easily navigable and effective.
Thanks for sharing, C-Death.
Any time additional information is presented tha can be of use to others, I do not mind thread necromancy. Meanless "This is great" type comments, however, won't be well responded to...Sorry to keep bumping an old thread, I hope I'm not breaking any rules, but I thought I'd share another resource I've found useful.