Jimmy Zuma

Jimmy Zuma
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After ten years haunting online political forums and much longer as a disability rights advocate, Jimmy Zuma started the online political journal, Smart v. Stupid. Since then, he has emerged as one of the left’s most direct new voices. Almost immediately, Jimmy was offered the opportunity to join the political team at Technorati where he writes DC Water Cooler, a weekly feature on what the politicians and pundits are talking about. Most recently, his columns began appearing in the Tucson Sentinel in Tucson Arizona. He is also an occasional contributor to OpEd News. Jimmy's goal is to return vetting to the marketplace of ideas, by elevating the status of smart ideas and debunking dumb ones.

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OCTOBER 6, 2010 1:59PM

If Todd Palin used grammar check

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By now, the email is famous...

“Joe and Tim,

Hold off on any letter for Joe. Sarah put her ass on the line for Joe and yet he can't answer a simple question " is Sarah Palin Qualified to be President".

I DON'T KNOW IF SHE IS.Joe, please explain how this endorsement stuff works, is it to be completely one sided.

Sarah spent all morning working on a Face book post for Joe, she won't use it, not now.

Put yourself in her shoe's Joe for one day.

Todd”

If Todd Palin used a grammer checker...

Sarah put her ass on the line for Joe and yet he can't answer a simple question " is Sarah Palin Qualified to be President".

  • Use at least one space after most punctuation. However, it is incorrect to insert a space after an opening parenthesis or an opening bracket.
  • If this sentence is a question, use a question mark to end the sentence.
  • Some words are always capitalized. Other words are capitalized when they are part of a title, a name, or a place. A minor word such as "the" is capitalized only when the word begins a sentence or officially begins a name.

Sarah spent all morning working on a Face book post for Joe, she won't use it, not now.

  • If the marked comma is separating two complete but related sentences, replace the comma with a semicolon. If the second half of your sentence begins with "then," add "and" before "then." In this case, use a comma to separate the two groups of words.

(Literacy courtesy of Microsoft Word)

 

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That last sentence is a disaster, as well. I think it should read:

"Put yourself in her shoes, Joe, for one day."

I really hate it when people use an apostrophe to make things plural.
I was too hung up on the fact that a Facebook page was taking all morning to notice.