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C-4 This user is an
expert programmer. C
C++-0 This user does not understand
(or does not want to program in C++). C++
This user writes valid
W3C This user believes in compliance with
This user contributes with
This user chats on
Grammar and Language Grammer
Majority ≠ right This user recognizes that even if 300,000,000 people make the same mistake, it's still
its & it’s
This user understands
the difference between its and it’s. So should you.
or he she This user considers the
to be substandard English usage. singular they
∀x, they... This user considers
singular they with plural referent acceptable usage.
he This user considers 'he' to be a gender-neutral pronoun.
This user considers
a perfectly logical alternative to amn't aren’t in the first person singular.
This user thinks
serves a useful purpose as a second-person plural pronoun, and would like to see y'all use it more often. y'all
youm This user thinks
youm should be used as a dative second-person pronoun by analogy to whom.
Subj This user prefers that the
subjunctive mood be used. Were this user you, he would use it.
"There's" with a plural subject
This user knows that "there's" with a plural subject is a pervasive grammatical error.
There's too many people making this mistake. Don't be one of them. There are
Ending a sentence with a
is something that this user is okay with. preposition
two This user thinks that
too many people have no idea how to use words that they should have learned in grade two.
insists upon using wherever it is called for, and fixes the errors of whomever they see. whom
Latin Plurals: "Data is are..." This user uses "data", "media", "memoranda", "criteria", and "agenda" as the plurals of "datum", "medium", "memorandum", "criterion", and "agendum".
ain't nobody This user hates seeing
clutter up the English language. He wants to stomp it out no matter what it takes. double negatives
This user favours
typewriter style over typographic ones. quotation marks
US vs. UK This user uses "
". Internal punctuation leads to logical quotation marks factual errors. It's not a style issue!
This user is addicted to
; he or she uses them frequently. semicolons
This user supports the
English English language.
sassenach This user likes tae sprinkle his speech with a mickle
ubx-5 This user uses
entirely too many userboxes.
-xen This user believes that userbox should always be pluralised
userboxen, and thinks that this is one of the most important and exciting issues of our time.
This user provides information using userboxes because he or she is bored.
This user makes userboxes because it's fun.
♋ This user is the
cancer that is killing Wikipedia.
This page is almost never updated, so don't expect links to work, etc.
I've recently graduated as a
BA (Hons) in Mathematics at the University of Cambridge.
About my aspie-ness: my narrow interests are maths, physics and computers (surprise surprise), and also music.
FOSS programs sometimes. My software is on this site, just in case anyone cares
I used to think switching to
Ubuntu would be too hard; did it and never looked back. To those of you still labouring under Windows or other proprietary OSes (I'm looking at you, Apple!), take my advice: make the switch! Linux (well ok Stallmanites, I agree with you really, it's GNU/Linux) is awesome and easy to work with :)
However, recent developments have led me to believe that both Ubuntu and
GNOME have jumped the shark; I've consequently switched to Debian (the .deb package system is far better than rpm) and Xfce.