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1 Jun 26, 2004 01:55    

This is primarily a question to Isaac and Travis: in the back-office, when there is/are no comment(s) on a posts, should it say "no comment" or "no comments" ?

Any other strings needing to be adjusted? Anyone?

2 Jun 27, 2004 09:05

As far as I've seen, except for chronically misspelling "ocasionally", b2evo is perfect English. "No comment" is what you'd say to reporters asking you questions. i.e., "I have no comment to give you." In this case, you're saying that there aren't any comments, so "No comments" is more appropriate.

Isaac Z. Schlueter
High Lord of the English Language

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