Mighty Red Pen

May 29, 2008

Making an investment

Filed under: Overseen,Spellbound — mighty red pen @ 7:51 pm
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This little tidbit from Nikita, who writes, “Please do see the attached and note the first line of the ‘login error’ text.  Then ask if that is who you want managing your millions of dollars.”

Indeed. Morgan Stanley might want to invest in some proofreading. Just sayin’.

3 Comments »

  1. First of all, Nikita’s richer than I thought.
    Second, what’s a Client “Interaction” Center. What is this a euphemism for? Hope you don’t mind ending a sentence with a preposition.

    Comment by helen's dad — May 31, 2008 @ 2:27 pm | Reply

  2. Log in to a site

    or login to a site

    that’s sort of interesting. I’d have voted for “log-in error” and “you’re attempting to log in to”

    I don’t think “login” is a proper verb.

    Comment by TootsNYC — June 2, 2008 @ 9:06 am | Reply

  3. Mmm, I was wondering about the whole “log in” thing myself. I’d have to agree with you — hyphen for adjective and fie on “login.”

    Comment by mighty red pen — June 2, 2008 @ 7:05 pm | Reply


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