Cartoonists get a lot of license, but a good copy editor knows what’s wrong in this Bound and Gagged strip today.

Not sure of the answer - find it here.

Dictionary , please …

Nice to see those Canadian bears are happy. Chalk up another crash blossom.

Nice to see those Canadian bears are happy. Chalk up another crash blossom.

Huh?

(From The (Columbia) S.C. State

From our creative spelling dept. … inflames would keep this one from going down in flames.

Yep, another one for the headline scrapbook. From The Athens Banner Herald.

(Reblogged from robquig)

j’accuse!

Apparently The State failed again to check out that part of the AP stylebook (or just plain common sense) about the use of “accused.” But once again, thanks for saving us the trial.

ralphehanson:

amandaonwriting:

Five Classic Quotes By Writers On Writing

Yeah, about right….

Post these above your desk.

(Reblogged from ralphehanson)
Chuck E. Cheese can’t spell - seen on a mechanical horse ride at a North Little Rock, Ark., restaurant.

Chuck E. Cheese can’t spell - seen on a mechanical horse ride at a North Little Rock, Ark., restaurant.

ralphehanson:

jetpackexhaust:

Original artwork from promotion for the game Space Marine (which is a lot of fun).

This is the truth of editing!

Nice - though this applies more to self-editing (copy editors need to be a tad less aggressive when it’s not their copy). Goes along with my post that while reporters query sources, editors query copy.

ralphehanson:

jetpackexhaust:

Original artwork from promotion for the game Space Marine (which is a lot of fun).

This is the truth of editing!

Nice - though this applies more to self-editing (copy editors need to be a tad less aggressive when it’s not their copy). Goes along with my post that while reporters query sources, editors query copy.

(Reblogged from ralphehanson)

Gmail Tap. Very sweet - gotta have it!

(And a belated April 1 to ya!)