Clearing Up Typos

FOR POSTING: Final Version of the CV

April 22, 2017

This cleans up a minor typo, the Civil List Pension was awarded in 2005.”

Just for the record, Ron, we are pointing out here that the leader of the Labour Party is Jeremy Corbyn (not Corbin) and that the radio-source at the centre of the Milky Way is Sagittarius (not Saggitarius). We are pointing this out so as to condemn you to misspell them for the rest of your life. We pointed out long ago that there is a misspelling on the home page of aias.us, and have frequently noted that it is Monty Python (rather than your Monte Python). As the latter two errors have never been corrected, even though they make you look unschooled and out-of-touch respectively, we can conclude only that you are scared that the few onlookers will think that you are bowing to our superiority. We shall let you get away with the essential word, ‘the’, as you do manage to spell it properly sometimes.

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2 Responses to “Clearing Up Typos”

  1. Harry Hab Says:

    On the subject of linguistic prowess: Ron recently stated that his one remaining lifelong ambition, which burns more ardently than all these Nobel prizes that are all but wrapped up, is to win a Welsh-language poetry contest. His English-language poetry does not look all that impressive to me, but hey, maybe he’s the real deal in Welsh, right?

    • crackpotwatch Says:

      We take the view that poetry is like the bible; nobody reads all of a poem all of the time but simply picks out particularly ‘resonant’ lines in order to give grandeur to a mundane observation and to signal their position in society. So perhaps he can manage to produce a few quotable lines in Welsh. Ron certainly wants attention … but is he waving or drowning?

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