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Will quoting out of context Ever Rule the World?

This is the first time I’ve ever used “quoting out of context” and I am very, very proud of myself. I used it in the fourth paragraph of the section and had to re-edit it. I also made an attempt to edit the first line of the section without using it, but I think my edits were a little weak because they ended up going too far.

I was very impressed with the way you did that. Thanks a lot.

I’ll be honest, I tried to do a bit of editing on that section, but I’m not proud of myself for not knowing more. I was very impressed with your edits, so thanks again.

You’re welcome.

You don’t have to be proud of yourself. Just make sure you don’t mess up. If you want to see a great example of a sentence with a weak edit, check out last week’s issue of G4. It had a lot of bad edits in there that were mostly out of context and didn’t really add anything to the post. And if you’re really worried about being the first to get an edit, check out this week’s issue of the same magazine.

Of course, we dont have to be so careful about who edits our stories. If we can have a good edit, then we can get more of them and we can make sure the content stays fresh.

In order to make sure that our articles stay fresh and add value, we make sure that we quote each story properly. So if we know that a story is going to be a short and succinct write-up, we should quote it properly. However, sometimes the problem is that we don’t know the context so we only quote something that we believe is relevant to the post. If the story is just about a good time, we just say “cool,” and move along.

For example, our latest video is about the last time we went to the island, and how we went into hiding and the things we thought we would be hiding from. The problem we have is that we may not have been hiding, but we were hiding something else, so we don’t remember what we were hiding.

There are times when we need to use something that we believe is relevant to the post, and then we only quote what is relevant to the post. For example, we often quote out of context to make our point about a video game, or when we are confused about a bit of dialogue. In this case, we were confused about what a video game was, so we couldnt quote it in context, and we were unsure if the actual quote was relevant.

We also thought that the words we quoted out of context might be relevant to the issue in the post, so it was a little awkward to type it in that way. We hope that our use of quotation marks is not an indication of a lack of confidence in our own posts. If we’re confident enough to quote something out of context and get a laugh, we hope that we are confident enough to be confident enough to quote something in context.

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