Congrats! What an amazing article! I hope publishers are knocking down your door to get that book published!
So awesome! Congratulations! Man I wished I lived in Cali to see your car in person. I'd honk for you. :)
Awesome!!! This is great news! I'd like to know how to proofread for stuffspell check doesnt catch to... ;)
Wonderful! You totally deserve recognition. I personally learn every time I read your blog and I appreciate it.
Cool! You're almost kinda like a celebrity. (I enjoyed the article. Read the whole thing in a single setting, too!) I don't even know how to use Spell-Check, so I'm FORCED to... "Look it up, Stephen!!!" And I'm sure I get it etched into my mind that way... eventually.When I was very young, I was an AWFUL speller. But I eventually became so addicted to reading that over time I developed into a... semi-awful speller.I jest. Actually, I'm now a fairly decent speller. It's spilling that's a problem for me now (I can't hold my liquor). I can still remember when I was very young, the words "there", "their", and "they're" gave me terrible FITS. Then one day - BINGO! - it all made sense. I guess theirs plenty to be said for reading!~ D-FensDogg'Loyal American Underground'
You're famous! And that is SUCH a gorgeous photo of you in the article! (Yes, I read it, but having recently had to do author pics, I'm all about the photos right now.)
Ha! Well done!!!
What a great article! I absolutely agree that people need to capitalize the letter I. Congrats!
you're now officially famous. this earns you the right to charge heavy sums for pics like the two here of your gorgeous self, autograph those suckers and spread them to all your fans, we're all buying this stock
Woo hoo! GRAMMAR RENAISSANCE!
Congratulations! All my co-workers know that orthography and proofreading are my super powers, so I appreciate all who crusade for better communication. I like your approach, too, starting with the basics and not assuming someone knows a compound adjective from a transitive verb. Enjoyed the article!
As one of the most egregious and annoying grammatical errors, I try to avoid the dangling participle.
This was a fantastic interview! Congrats to you and thanks for making such an issue about grammar. People need to know!
That is amazing! Congrats! Love that picture of you with the car by the way - you look like a superhero ready to fight crimes against grammar :)
hahaha, thats really awesome
Loved the article in the Register, which brought me here. All I can say is dang, you funny! I look forward to more posts and maybe an old dog like me can learn a grammar trick or two. Lord knows I can use all the help I can get.
Wonderful!!! Loved the pictures!
I saw this through your FB link. Congrats again. I love the pictures too.
Congratulations, Jenny. That was awesome. I apologize for missing this when it came out. My blog post tomorrow morning will explain where I have been hiding.Can't wait to wash that car. ;)-Jimmy
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