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That reminds me, what happened with the Florian Leibert scandal? Any word from him since the event?



What happened is that she called the Atlanta police, who found no cause to charge him. End of story.

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[Citation needed.]

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http://blog.nerdchic.net/archives/418/

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I don't see anything in her blog post that supports what you've said. If it's in the comments you might want to quote it.

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Yes, it says she went to the police. Where does it say the police didn't care?

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I didn't say the police didn't care, I said they didn't file charges. The difference is instructive.

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It appears to have died, or migrated to more appropriate fora. Thankfully.

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By the way who really uses fora as the plural of forum? To me it seems at best arbitrary, at worst pretentious.

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Pretension and grammar-Nazism are the virii of online communication.

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You must mean pretentiousness, surely.

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"Pretension and grammar-Nazism": in this phrase, the first part is honeycomb, and the second is a bear-trap.

Have a nice day.

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I see what you did there.

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Wait, you mean viruses? :)

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I'm sorry, next time I'll uses "forumses". Damn ecomony got all these morans backs up!

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You're implying that fora is the only acceptable way of writing the plural of "forum". That's nonsense, forums is perfectly valid English. My point was: why forum/fora? Why not creditor/creditores, or abdomen/abdomina?

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I'm honestly not sure. Perhaps this topic would be more appropriate for a linguistics forum?

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The same people who say "mouses" instead of "mice."

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He hasn't tweeted since then...

The Conference Anti-Harassment policy is one of the results of the incident.

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