Wednesday, October 26, 2005

How to Edit a Wing-Nut (If You Must): The Word According to Ann Coulter

The national treasure known as Drink at Work has provided Notes from Ann Coulter's Editor:

  • Please check to ensure that each sentence has a subject and a verb, not simply a target and a racial slur.
  • Contrary to your impassioned statements, James G. Watt's environmental policies did not, in fact, bring back the unicorn.
  • Introductory elements of a sentence typically tend to establish either time or condition, not the author's overwhelming insecurity or need to avenge third-grade taunts.
  • Keep your sentences simple, not your thoughts.
  • The word "God" does not appear in the U.S. Constitution. Neither does the word "genocide."
More Notes for Ms. Coulter here.

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