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Feb
27
comment What is the word(s) for someone who is very particular about the small details of something?
@tchrist It does on that Wikipedia link.
Feb
26
answered What is the word(s) for someone who is very particular about the small details of something?
Feb
24
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
19
accepted Word describing “Nothing Changed”
Feb
6
comment Word describing “Nothing Changed”
@WillHunting "no change" would be the same issue. When printing clinical letters for the practices, the verbiage is usually stated "and no changes occurred in the swelling in the ankle", but for the selected drawing tool, calling it "no change" or "nothing changed" just looks like an odd tool name.
Feb
6
asked Word describing “Nothing Changed”
Feb
1
comment Are contractions of “I am” or “I would” rude?
So tempting to edit your answer and change "ain't" to "isn't". :-)
Dec
29
comment What is the difference between “I can't get any sleep” and “I can/'t get no sleep”?
The song I can't get no satisfaction wouldn't be as good if it was grammatically correct. :-)
Dec
29
comment What is the difference between “I can't get any sleep” and “I can/'t get no sleep”?
The last one sounds like a cowboy.
Dec
27
awarded  Fanatic
Dec
15
comment Plural of “talent”
LeBron James: "I'm taking my talents to South Beach"
Dec
14
revised Term for “soft hate”
formatting, minor grammar
Dec
14
suggested approved edit on Term for “soft hate”
Dec
5
comment Alternative to “Merry Christmas”
@Kalamane I think you could call Halloween "All Saint's Day Eve".
Dec
5
answered I want to murder all humans
Dec
2
comment Is this a proper usage for a semicolon?
I like your explanation. I've never liked semicolons — em dashes felt more natural with the flow of words to me.
Nov
30
comment What do you call a disk drive that is not solid state?
............old?
Nov
28
comment What's a word for avoiding a question with a generic (fake) answer?
You forgot to add the Bill Clinton example: "it depends on what your definition of is is".
Nov
17
comment Antonym of “recommend”
I think "dissuade" is a pretty good choice.
Nov
16
comment Any other way of saying “blah blah blah”
I thought it was "yada yada yada"