Tips on Beating Down the Conservative Menace
I smell the fear.
The odd part is that the words they misspell -- "centre" and "recipient" -- are spelt out correctly in that section. Someone should have picked up on the inconsistencies at least.
Whatever you smell, Greg, is coming from your side of the monitor.
BCL, you seem to have a few errors of your own.Perhaps if you "receved" some feedback from an "editer", he or she could "poo-pooh" your own misspellings and make your blog less "apalling" to spelling junkies like yourself.By the by, "it's" vs. "its" in too many placed to cite."Torys" is not the plural of "Tory".Call me a "sceptic", but at least I am not "groveling".Seriously though I often enjoy your posts, this one is silly.I await others to point out my errors as indeed everyone makes them.* Full disclosure in that at least 2 examples above are from people you chose to quote, but they fit in with my theme, so I used them anyway. The mispleelings above are from a few seconds of spell check on the few most recent postings on this blog.
Fair enough, although I am not the one running for office.
I await others to point out my errors as indeed everyone makes them.Yeah, that's why organizations hire copy editors. The question remains... why weren't they consistant with their misspellings? "Recipient" and "Recipiant" are practically right next to each other. (Anyone want to have a spelt vs. spelled debate about my previous post... I prefer spelt over spelled. :D)
Greg the one thing Liberals have learned to never fear is the prospect of an NDP (or Conservative) win in Toronto Centre.I'm pretty sure that's true for Toronto Center as well.
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