CNET Chief Editor?

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    CNET Chief Editor?

    Seriously? I sent the senior editor at CNET a personal message and also posted a comment on his webpage. I informed him about the improper use of the word squash in reference to the FTC antitrust suit. The correct word is quash. Both in the email and in my comment on his webpage I inserted the dictionary definition. What did he do in response? He never responded to my email and he took my comment off of the webpage. To add insult to injury, the grammar error is still on the webpage. I hope everyone that sees this slams CNET with comments about his lack of integrity and intelligence. BTW, Roger Cheng is a Southern Cal dickhead.


    https://www.cnet.com/news/qualcomm-l...fSrc=permalink

    Irregardless, I could care less
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    stick to being a grammar cop on landthieves....posters here appreciate being corrected....

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    Originally Posted by 87sooner View Post
    stick to being a grammar cop on landthieves....posters here appreciate being corrected....
    Especially you....."Ordinance".....LOL.....
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    CNET is owned by CBS News.

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    Cnet has sucked for a while. I used to love that website.

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    An outrage
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    Expose him through the Twitter. I did.

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    Originally Posted by Slobber View Post
    CNET is owned by CBS News.
    I contacted them

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    Originally Posted by Omega Man View Post
    Seriously? I sent the senior editor at CNET a personal message and also posted a comment on his webpage. I informed him about the improper use of the word squash in reference to the FTC antitrust suit. The correct word is quash. Both in the email and in my comment on his webpage I inserted the dictionary definition. What did he do in response? He never responded to my email and he took my comment off of the webpage. To add insult to injury, the grammar error is still on the webpage. I hope everyone that sees this slams CNET with comments about his lack of integrity and intelligence. BTW, Roger Cheng is a Southern Cal dickhead.


    https://www.cnet.com/news/qualcomm-l...fSrc=permalink

    Irregardless, I could care less
    USC? Give him time to come out of his safe space....

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    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/squash

    Definition of squash
    transitive verb
    1: to press or beat into a pulp or a flat mass : crush
    2:put down, suppress squash a revolt
    intransitive verb
    1: to flatten out under pressure or impact
    2: to proceed with a splashing or squelching sound squash through the mud
    3: squeeze, press
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