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Linus's Escape   [2020]

Linus's Escape Released by :

Release Date :
20 August 2020

Type :
C64 Graphics  (PETSCII)

LineMan, ElDoggo Plays Fetch

User rating:*********_  8.7/10 (16 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Graphics .... christwoballs

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User Comment
Submitted by DivertigO on 22 August 2020
Anyhow. Lovely image! The face itself reminds me of a golf course with a giant hole, bearing a tongue flag :-p
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Submitted by Frantic on 22 August 2020
@Krill: Alright. I guess I belong to the "many" involved in "American law, journalism and education" then. I think I actually read about this in that Chicago Manual of Style that was mentioned at that wikipedia page. At least the second part of my post seems correct (as in: not a matter of choice). The part about plural nouns.
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Submitted by Jammer on 22 August 2020
Hence 'you don't need', not 'you cannot' ;)
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Submitted by Krill on 22 August 2020
100% fresh! =)

And *s's is not wrong, just a question of style and choice, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_possessive.
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Submitted by Frantic on 22 August 2020
...and I like the stylish PI sign logo on Linus' shirt.
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Submitted by Frantic on 22 August 2020
Today's English lesson: The proper way to write the title of this one would be:

Linus' Escape

This is the way you write when names ends with an "s" already. I know, because my name is Mats! Similarly, if there is a plural "s" at the end of a noun (e.g. when you have not just one teacher but many teacherS), and want to add genitive on top of that, you would do the same kind of thing. So you would write:

teachers' preferences

Homework until next time: Figure out how to apply these rules in the case of names like "Alice", that end with an "s" sound-wise, but are not spelled with an "s" at the end of the word.
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Submitted by Titus on 22 August 2020
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Submitted by DKT on 20 August 2020
I love that moment when you see such pic for a first time and you try to figure out what the hell is it and after couple seconds you just laugh because it's so funny and well made piece of PETSCII. Luv your works.
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Submitted by Digger on 20 August 2020
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Submitted by Groepaz on 20 August 2020
ahahahah <3
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Submitted by hqn on 20 August 2020
Joke is over my head, but this is pure style.
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Submitted by E$G on 20 August 2020
Great one. A static petscii is running!
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Submitted by Jammer on 20 August 2020
10 for the title alone! :D BTW, you don't need to put s behind s' ;)
User Comment
Submitted by fieserWolF on 20 August 2020
So cool! Well done
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