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  simonjary 07:04 04 Feb 14
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  Al94 08:06 04 Feb 14

So, FE is Passive Aggressive I guess?

  Forum Editor 08:07 04 Feb 14

The article is an absolute gem, and will resonate with all regular forum contributors.

I bet we're all hoping we "shine like a brightly polished droid."

  exdragon 09:23 04 Feb 14

Well, having picked up a spelling mistake and a touch of bad grammar, I guess it confirms that I'm not shining at the moment! Only said in jest, by the way...

'Your an idoit!

  spider9 09:24 04 Feb 14

I will happily admit to the "Correctors" description. But, in my defence would only use my title in cases where I firmly believe a writer should be capable of correct usage (by seeing what 'style' their comments are made in!).

For example, if a contributor punctuated his piece with words like rambunctious, fractious, prescience,etc - but then shows the difference between "rain and reign" ( and even your and you're) is still a mystery - then, I feel, I am needed - and must strike!! (;-()

  caccy 10:59 04 Feb 14

Nazi

  Ramberg 11:41 04 Feb 14

Made my day

  Quickbeam 11:46 04 Feb 14

No comment...

  Flak999 12:02 04 Feb 14

This is strange! FE closed the other thread because "people might start using the thread as a handle attaching medium" However we now have a new thread started by the magazine editor and now 'handle attaching' seems to be fair comment?

  Flak999 12:06 04 Feb 14

Apologies Simon, I demoted you. I see you are the publisher not the magazine editor.

  Aitchbee 12:30 04 Feb 14

Wouldn't-it-be-loverly if we could all submit our own real/actual voices [after carefully composing our scripts, of course] ... is this feesible?

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