Dear Boys and Girls,
Two months ago you returned my latest submission. To the sentence that read, “And so it is clear that Chomskyans, failed clowns, and undiagnosed schizophrenics [your emphasis] must be registered by the Department of Health and Human Services to prevent further misappropriations of these funding programs under the Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973,” you made a note to the emphasized part reading, “Please avoid redundancy in the future.” Please note that in your October 2016 issue, Associate Editor Mikael Thompson wrote, “their language did not resemble Ancient Greek, proto-
Very clever, that. Addressing us as “boys and girls”, you know. Sort of missed the point, didn’t you?
Do some more reading and try again. Better yet, do some thinking.
Speculative Grammarian accepts well-
I was just wondering, does anybody actually use “buffalo” as a verb in any context other than “Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo”?
We could answer but we would be bison our response on our own experience and we wouldn’t want you to be cowed by that. It behoofs you to duodenum-
In your latest editorial, your gloriously butch bastard wrote, “Our brains want the world to be digital, despite its deeply enduring analog nature. So that’s that sorted.” How very digital of him!
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