Over at warbloggerwatchers, our new pet cowardly anonymous idiotarian comments:
Something is goin’ on. I feel the winds of change blowing through the warblogs. First it was Shakespeare Sullivan’s realization that the continuation of the Israeli offensive might lead to some kind of insane world conflict that would disasterous for us all and lead to unbelieveable amounts of human misery and suffering (see below) and now I find that Daddy Warblogs faith in the sanity of the Israeli military operation in Palestine is being shaken by the fact that mass graves filled with Palestinians civilians are being found…
Can someone get the poor creature a dictionary, and lend him some commas? It’s probably hard to afford things like that when you’re selflessly and anonymously and breathlessly fighting injustice and war crimes. I mean, whose sentences wouldn’t run on, and on, and on, like the deEnergizer (dumb) bunny?
Actually, I don’t usually criticize other people’s writing, except that in his very next post, he says:
…I see the usual suspects: Ken Layne, Will Vehrs, Rand Simberg, Tim Blair and others. The first thing I’m struck by is how mediocre and third-rate the writing is. That’s too be expected, I suppose.
At least I’m in good company. And note that in the last sentence, he uses the word “too,” when he obviously intends “to.” The irony is intense. As Christopher Johnson notes in the comments section, “Pot, meet kettle.”
Hmmm…”I’m struck by…how mediocre and third-rate the writing is…”
Maybe I’ll put that up as my new blog slogan.
Ah, well, guess I should quit reading blogs, and get back to pitchforking babies, like the rest of my partners in war crime…
[Sunday night update]
This is too hilarious.
That’s too (sic!) be expected, I suppose.
He didn’t correct it. He didn’t explain it. He just added a (sic!), as though it was someone else writing it, and he was reporting it.
What an idiot.
And he’s still got no commas in the never-ending sentence.