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Hawk&Hotlips

Posted:
7/25/2007 4:35:08 AM

Yet ANOTHER Fanfiction.net problem

It seems that stories and chapters have been disappearing lately. All that I know so far is that Celticmaggie4077th has been having this problem. Authors, I think we should start periodically checking our stories for disappearing chapters. Maybe we shouldn't update too much...or at all.

TheZoo

Posted:
7/30/2007 2:02:03 AM

Hawk&Hotlips wrote:
It seems that stories and chapters have been disappearing lately. All that I know so far is that Celticmaggie4077th has been having this problem. Authors, I think we should start periodically checking our stories for disappearing chapters. Maybe we shouldn't update too much...or at all.

Well these errors must be frustrating!

Hawk&Hotlips

Posted:
8/4/2007 1:21:24 AM

TheZoo wrote:
Well these errors must be frustrating!

Well, yeah, especially since it's Maggie...

Radar's Election Campaign Manager

Posted:
1/5/2009 1:53:01 PM

agreement
TheZoo wrote:
Well these errors must be frustrating!

True that errors can be terrible, but afterall as SHAKESPEARE once quoted, "To error is human".

LongLiveRock

Posted:
2/4/2010 2:23:46 PM

Radar's Election Campaign Manager wrote:
True that errors can be terrible, but afterall as SHAKESPEARE once quoted, "To error is human".

He never wrote that....
It was actually Alexander Pope and the actual quote is
"To err is human; to forgive, divine."

EPIC FAIL!

S.F.P.D. Commissioner McMillan's son

Posted:
2/7/2013 11:20:11 PM

stubborn as usual, eh?
LongLiveRock wrote:
He never wrote that....
It was actually Alexander Pope and the actual quote is
"To err is human; to forgive, divine."

EPIC FAIL!

Alexander Pope took "to forgive is divine" from the bible, and mixed it the Shakespeare quotation, but left the "or" part out of it shortening "error" to "err". Besides, I have it on good faith that Alexander Pope is right now in Purgatory awaiting the banishment of his own soul. Now try to remember, Shakespeare only quoted it, which means that he didn't have to write it if he chose not to, more or less.

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