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 Post subject: spelling error in magazine
PostPosted: Wed Sep 29, 2004 8:40 am 
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Actually, there are a couple of things: I dont know, but they are in this month's mag... I noticed one of the headers was an incomplete sentance (i think in the 'longhorn' section) .. it was probably on purpose, and hilarious to read (all of the other headers are a complete thought, which makes them "not a run-on sentance")!


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 Post subject: Re: spelling error in magazine
PostPosted: Wed Sep 29, 2004 11:30 am 
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JebusRulz wrote:
Actually, there are a couple of things: I dont know, but they are in this month's mag... I noticed one of the headers was an incomplete sentance (i think in the 'longhorn' section) .. it was probably on purpose, and hilarious to read (all of the other headers are a complete thought, which makes them "not a run-on sentance")!


Excuse me, but I think you're spelling the word sentence wrong.

-misterLOBY


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Can you point out some specific pages and places?

If you do, I'll see that those responsible are flogged with the "Spelling Error" noodle for 3 days, or until they repent their sins, whichever comes first.

///Will


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WillSmith wrote:
Can you point out some specific pages and places?

If you do, I'll see that those responsible are flogged with the "Spelling Error" noodle for 3 days, or until they repent their sins, whichever comes first.

///Will


"Everything We Know About WINDOWS LONGHORN"

"--BY WILL SMITH, JOSH NOREM, AND JASON COMPTON"

please show mercy on their souls... :D

On a serious note, I looked at the article again, didnt see any incomplete sentances :D. And if there were, who cares.


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I don't see any spelling errors in that example... It's a headline. The normal rules of sentence construction don't really apply.


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I wasnt giving examples, I was just making a joke over what you said about flogging the people responsible. Thats all


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