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mklprc
Member # 3960
 - posted May 20, 2005 07:36
I hate to be the English teacher here, but there is no apostrophe in "weapons." Instantly ruins the effect.
 
magefile
Member # 2918
 - posted May 20, 2005 08:42
It's generally not considered wise to criticize the Honorable Snaggy and Nitrozac in one's first post ...
 
drunkennewfiemidget
Member # 2814
 - posted May 20, 2005 08:53
In his defence though, he is right -- about the typo on warriors, not weapons -- not the lost effect.
 
Snaggy
Member # 123
 - posted May 20, 2005 09:28
Isn't that how they spell Warrior's on Tatooine?

/me blames it on the midnight show. [Smile]


~~~jedi mind trick~~~~
You don't see a typo anymore.~~~~~
~~~/jedi mind trick~~~
 
greycat
Member # 945
 - posted May 23, 2005 05:26
Just for the record, I noted the grammar error too, but I let it pass, on the grounds that it could be considered a "Grocer's Apostrophe", intentionally thrown in to make the salesman look a bit seedier.

I considered it analogous to writers who use dialect when their characters are speaking to each other.

But for everyone's benefit, I leave you with these instructions:

 -
 
supaboy
Member # 183
 - posted May 23, 2005 07:39
The Jedi mind-tricks work on me, apparently. I don't see any superfluous apostrophes anymore, and Anakin looks like it's spelled right too. [crazy]
 




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