22 December, 2012
The misspelling loose for the verb lose is now so common "below the line" that I can see it getting into dictionaries as an acknowledged if deprecated alternative spelling quite soon. But this, in a presumably proof-read advertisement for a reputable company,
is a step beyond acceptability.
The Mayans weren't wrong; it's just a more gradual process than they expected.
I mean, like, Gordon H Kryste, innit.
Oh. Archiving. I see. Best loose that editor.
Just as I was about to start asking them very sarcastic questions re their intelligence.