OSS coding Project - branched off from: Coding for a living

Michael Halcrow mike at halcrow.us
Sat Dec 24 15:06:56 MST 2005

On Sat, Dec 24, 2005 at 08:04:50AM -0700, Hans Fugal wrote:
> Some more than others, and some tolerate it more than others (hence
> the grammar nazi flamewars).

I cannot parse this pathetic excuse for a sentence, Hans.

Whenever you have a comma followed by a conjunction, you must have a
complete sentence on each side. That means you need a noun and a
verb. Sometimes the noun may be implicit, but it is very rarely the
case that the verb is implicit. I cannot find the verb in the
fragment, ``Some more than others.'' In addition, your copious use of
parentheses is quite distracting. Furthermore, since ``nazi'' is a
proper noun, is should definitely be capitalized.

I just can't handle it all.

The last word in this sentence is wrong.
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