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04/05/2006

In which we make fun of 'Worldnet's editing mistake, simply because we don't care for them

by Jeremy Hooper

From the gay-unfriendly WorldNetDaily, an attempt to quote Russ Feingold's use of the word "probably" in his statement supporting gay marriage, as if it's indicative of something:

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From gay-friendly us, an attempt to take their mistake of using "it's" instead of "it" and make them look foolhardy:

Heck yea "it's" probably is a positive thing for society. After all, who the Hell wants to write "it is" or "it has" every time? Not to mention, without "it's" written with the apostrophe, it would be hard to distinguish between the contraction form and just the regular "its," which is a possessive pronoun meaning "of it" or "belonging to it." So yea, thanks Worldnet for highlighting Mr. Feingold's unwavering support for such an important principle of grammar.

Folks, if you're gonna try and offensively stigmatize us and our right to marry, you best be copyediting. We never make mistakess annd we;re always on the lookout.

WorldNetDaily (Sill little Feinglod thing is 3/4 of way down) [WND]

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