Saturday, November 29, 2008
Me don't want to be learned by people can't promote theirselves in good way.
On the cover. Yes, there would be causalities in this scenario. There might also be casualties, which would be more newsworthy.
–noun, plural -ties.
1. the relation of cause and effect: The result is the same, however differently the causality is interpreted.
2. causal quality or agency.
–noun, plural -ties.
2. one who is injured or killed in an accident: There were no casualties in the traffic accident.
3. any person, group, thing, etc., that is harmed or destroyed as a result of some act or event: Their house was a casualty of the fire.
4. a serious accident, esp. one involving bodily injury or death.
Definitions source: http://dictionary.reference.com/
Sunday, November 23, 2008
I found it odd that the couple in their mid-60s had a four-year-old daughter, but then in the next sentence it's revealed the four-year-old had a husband. Seems like the four-year-old wasn't actually a four-year-old, was she? Unless she was born on February 29, and she was four but really sixteen and had married young. But another source has the four-year-old as a forty-one-year-old, so factual error it is.
Each quarter will be posted after it is completion? Ummmm, no - it's should be its.
Saturday, November 22, 2008
-- "Tick, tock: Breeder hell" in Vancouver 24 hours on November 14, 2008
Noteable was spelled correctly in the article itself, but I'm wondering how the article ended.
THAN. Than, than, than. After he left the sin bin, then he was on the ice. But when you're comparing it's than, not then.
If they came to Canada then they chose B.C., but if they come to Canada then they choose B.C.
The top goal scorer belongs to the team, so it should be written as the team's top goal scorer
Saturday, November 15, 2008
SHAZABAM - you've just been registered in its/it's 101.
highlights to compliment Brenda's bronze skin tone ; That's how to make your wardrobe will grow with you.
I'm intrigued by this type of error. The green text is excerpted from the article, where it's correctly written as transforming. See for yourself, to the left of the green text. I thought creating the green text is a simple copy/paste chore, but apparently not.
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
At first glance I had thought all the letters were jumbled, and maybe on purpose. But on closer inspection I saw that the second D missed its mark by a couple of letters, and I don't think it was on purpose.
Saturday, November 1, 2008
It should read Britney Spear's father will retain control, right? Wrong. It should read Britney Spears' father will retain control. Spot the difference?
Six friends were all sharing one cigarette? Those empty wallets probably disappointed the robbers. You know, cuz if they're all sharing one cigarette then they can't have much money. Or maybe, just maybe, six friends were each having a cigarette.
Anthony? No, add an e. Courteney Cox. The comma should not be there.