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Bill Walsh
Washington Post copy editor and author of Lapsing Into a Comma, The Elephants of Style and Yes, I Could Care Less. (See also @thebillwalsh.)
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Bill Walsh 18h
Thanks!
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Jessica Goldstein 1d
A brief history of making a thing out of it (h/t )
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Bill Walsh 2d
American Online. Saudia Arabia. Forth Worth. Oliver Garden.
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Bill Walsh 2d
I can't believe we're losing to these guys.
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Bill Walsh 2d
FULL SCREEN! YOU'VE ENABLED FULL SCREEN! ARE YOU SURE YOU WANT FULL SCREEN? FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, CLICK HERE IF NO. AND CLICK HERE IF YES.
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Bill Walsh 2d
Uh, "that's what she said"?
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Bill Walsh 2d
" 'Grow the business'? I'll grow YOUR business!"
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Bill Walsh 2d
Two. One was on the Amazing Race, one was profiled in the Post.
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Bill Walsh 3d
Delete "literally" and let the hyperbole speak for itself. Or just start over. "Figuratively" is never the answer.
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Bill Walsh 3d
Funny but stupid. The fix for incorrect "literally" is not the literally not-incorrect "figuratively."
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Matt Yglesias 3d
“Flatizza” is a really troubling made-up brand word.
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Bill Walsh 3d
U.S. Park Police war on bikes? Watch 3-ton pickup roll through stop sign before 30-lb. bike is pulled over.
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Bill Walsh 4d
"Danceway" is the standout.
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Bill Walsh 4d
I almost described an artistic work as "justifiably underrated." Which makes no logical sense, except in this case.
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Bill Walsh 4d
Somehow I have my waiter talking French linguistics. Paging   ...
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Bill Walsh 4d
You mean Bearnaise? :-)
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Bill Walsh 6d
Eventually will get to this.
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Bill Walsh 6d
Primanti Bros., of course, goes without saying.
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Bill Walsh 6d
I know copy editors are excited about cake, but copy editors' moms tell me we have to finish this first.
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Bill Walsh 6d
"A pin number." Guess that's one way to solve the redundancy of "PIN number."
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