Saturday, July 13, 2002
An imprimatur is overrated anyway.
Links to individual posts on blogspot sites are still fouled up, but you can find the rookie mistake of
the "man with black hat" in the post dated July 12:
"... the incomparible Mark Shea ..."
Friday, July 12, 2002
What is the rationale behind muskrat love?
The Marquis never disappoints:
"... the theological/philosophical rational."
"... the Captain without Tenille."
Thursday, July 11, 2002
It's certainly not "attrocius", but there are (WERE) (*still were - the old posts are gone*) some errors at a
new (NONEXISTENT) (*resurrected*) blog, Little Latin, Less Greek,
which is not yet listed in Gerard Serafin's indispensable directory of St. Blog's Parish.
(another victim of the LSAT, I'm guessing) (*dissertation, actually*)
"... the trickines of meaning ..."
" ... a parsitic life form ..."
"... say Touchez! ..."
"... any Church, is subject to poltics ..."
Wednesday, July 10, 2002
Homonyms are two confusing.
Herr Schultz (or is it the other Herr Schultz?) found himself in a sticky wicket:
"Since I was in rather dire straights ..."
Tuesday, July 09, 2002
The name's the thing, m'lady.
The Lady of Shalott has a little trouble with names:
This is supposedly the link to the post, but all I get is the dreaded "Page not found" message.
"Mother Theresa is a better theologian ..."
Assuming that there is no need for theologians in the next life, I would have used "was" instead of "is".
Here, and in a later sentence, the name should be Teresa.
New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd is "Maureen Dodd" in one case.
I've often thought of her as Maureen Dud.
Monday, July 08, 2002
Does Michael Rose know about this?
shocking cases of apostrophe abuse by a seminarian:
"They then busted out the picture album's and talked about vacations, and other girl stuff while we guys talked
about the best rock for filling in pot holes in the drive way ..."
"Photo's of the ordination are up at our Dioceses' website."
"SeaWorld was great but exhausting. I really like Otter's."
"First meal back in Texas was two fajita Taco's ..."
"It is bad that one of our Bishop's did this."