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Trump's Aides Allegedly Add Errors to the President's Tweets for 'Style'
West Wing staff apparently imitates Trump’s voice by adopting grammatical errors and disorderly syntax in his uniquely primitive style.
The Trump Administration's Constant, Glaring Typos Are a Big Deal
Trump's Twitter goofs are one thing, but the repeated errors by his White House should concern us.
Here Are the NSA’s Internal Grammar Advice Columns
The intelligence agency’s Grammar Geek explained things like the difference between “affect” and “effect.”
A Case of Grammar, Severed Fingers, and the Law
A strange case about how much protection people who get released from jail are owed by the government. The answer: Not very much.
We Talked to a Psychologist Who Takes Emojis Very, Very Seriously
She thinks they’re somewhere between language and hand gestures.
Sex People of the World Need to Unite and Make the Term ‘Sex Person’ a Thing
I have no filter and I know few boundaries. I am a Sex Person. Recognize.
The Good Copy Are Running Grammar Courses To Stop You Looking Dumb
We promise this article about dangling modifiers is worth reading.
Shit We Googled This Week, Mergers and Acquisitions Edition
Featuring Great White, grammar, and the neverending search for Tim Dog.
Dear Sufjan: A Copy Editor Corrects Sufjan Stevens's Open Letter to Miley Cyrus
Singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens wrote an open letter to Miley Cyrus, correcting the grammar in her new song, "#GetItRight." A VICE editor has copy-edited and corrected Sufjan's letter. She also suggests some reading he might enjoy.
The Fiction Issue 2010
He was David Foster Wallace’s favorite grammarian, and that, for savvy grammar fascists under the age of 40, is like a recommendation from Jesus.
Jesse Pearson, Laura Park