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Archive for May 15th, 2009

A CNN.com headline reads:

“Crash hearing raises pilot fatigue …”

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What comes to your mind?

Here’s what came to ours:

tired pilot

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Today, A New York Times headline reads:

“GM Notifying 1,100 Dealers That They Will Be Dropped”

(click here for the real story)

What comes to your mind?

Here’s what came to ours:

GM dropping dealers

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Thanks to Star Magazine for the following fodder from their headlines:

“Hugh Jackman is ready to hit the road”

(click here for the real story)

What comes to your mind?

Here’s what came to ours:

hit the road

Seriously, though, congratulations to Mr. Jackman for passing his NY driver’s test!

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GrammarSpammers are at it again …

We saw this offer in an email:

“Need help booking your vacation but have no fudds?”

What comes to your mind?

Here’s what came to ours:

fudds

How many “Fudds” do you need?

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A reader writes:

“My pet hates they’re instead of their, it’s instead of its, of instead of have and your instead of you’re.”

What comes to your mind?

Here’s what came to ours:

pet hates

We figured the pet must be a cat … especially after we saw the following tweet (on Twitter):

“i believe that, if cats could talk, they would have an English accent and be total grammar snobs.”

What are your “pet hates” or “pet peeves” or “GrammarGripes?”

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