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this is a joke ? write? right? rite? ????

Anonymous

“How I Connected With My Dream Editor on LinkedIn”: You can easily adapt this article for you copyediting business. (Make a Living Writing)

Please read the above sentence carefully, Reading as if, perhaps, an expert in the copyediting business may read this statement. I am confused by the statement and the obvious error. I have to ask, "is this a joke?" Thank you(r) for clarifying.

Posted on Mon, 01/14/2013 - 10:21am

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