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SF Radical Bike Bloc Reminder/Update
by The Reaction (SFBikeBloc [at] hushmail.com)
Friday Mar 18th, 2005 2:55 PM
Join The Radical Bike Bloc in S.F. on the 19th and tie up down town!
Die In - Block Traffic - Resist!
Everyone in the Bloc should wear Black. Meet on the corner of 18th and Dolores at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 19th. Look for the flags with the gears on them. Ride with us to bring the war home.
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Since it may be raining, make sure to wear your favorite black hoodie to stay warm! When the anarchist contingent reaches at the civic center at the end of the march, we are planning on joining up with them in solidarity and taking part in an anarchist open forum. Don't let the chance of rain keep you inside. Ride against the war! Ride against capitalism!

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by One-Gear
Friday Mar 18th, 2005 3:38 PM
See you in the streets, rain or shine!

"The future is unwritten, Another world is possible"
 
by Teach
Saturday Mar 19th, 2005 6:20 AM
Not "who's" streets? but *whose* streets? soli.
 
by jargon
Saturday Mar 19th, 2005 8:12 AM
#474 Spelling Flame

Spelling flame: A posting ostentatiously correcting a previous article's spelling as a way of casting scorn on the author, instead of actually responding to that point. Of course, people who are more than usually slovenly spellers are prone to think any correction is a spelling flame. Of such trivia wars are made. Spelling flames often contain spelling errors.

One of the ebay marketing newsgroups' resident trolls, linklurker, once managed "'yanks' don't say "prat". And when they do, they don't misspell it "pratt". Time for surrender? I think not.

Don't criticise typos or spelling mistakes - the rule is you lose by default. Everyone makes them - some more than others - and it really is a pathetic jibe. Flame is about content, not the structure of the post.
 

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