I won't call out the person that does this all the time, but I thought I'd give out a public service announcement about how to properly use the word "whom."
I see someone constantly use "whom." Almost never using the word "who." This is an oddity, as almost always it is the opposite. More times than not, people use "who" when it should be "whom," but not in this case.
"Who" is the subject. For instance, "who is there?" The main person or thing in that subject is the who.
"Whom" is the object, or not the main person or thing. Such as "whom are you looking for?" You, in this case, is the main subject. Not whom. "Whom" isn't the star of the show.
Many times I see someone make a sentence such as, "whom is coming to get the machine?" No. No no no.
A helpful tip: if you would say "he," then it's "who." If you were to say "him," then it is "whom." You wouldn't say, "him is coming to get the machine," would you?
Very odd occurence that I only see done here, so I figured I'd just make this thread to never be seen again and possibly downvoted to hell. Lol