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You Said It…

I’m sure that our regular readers have noticed that we’ve occasionally taken to making posts out of your pet peeves, so that’s what we’ll do again today. We agree with most of them. We’ve written about some of them (links … Continue reading

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What Annoys You…

It’s time for more of your pet peeves, taken straight from comments left on the Your Pet Peeves Page. We’re grateful for all of the comments that we’ve gotten so far, so wanted to highlight them. I’m listing them in … Continue reading

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The People Have Spoken

Now that we’ve received over 100 comments in our Pet Peeves page, I thought that it might be a good time to highlight what annoys readers of the blog–about 20 per post. This will be the first installment. I’m doing … Continue reading

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12 Million Reasons

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again:  While not all of us care about using proper grammar at all times, we all have at least one language pet peeve. As you’ll notice from the Pet Peeves page on … Continue reading

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It’s Friday!

I might be incorrect since I don’t know him, but sports talkshow host Jim Rome strikes me as a person who isn’t obsessed with grammar rules. He’s articulate and communicates well; otherwise, he’d never have been successful in his field, … Continue reading

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Good Morning America on Language

A friend who has read Literally, the Best Language Book Ever sent me a link to a recent Good Morning America segment in which the hosts talked about a recent MSN-Zogby data poll about annoying co-workers. It turns out that … Continue reading

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