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No, I don't think it's an oxymoron, either - it is just as feasable to take pride in that trait as any other, or of any particular achievement, regardless of whether it is considered something one ought to be proud of.
And ... "passers-by", surely?
G7mzh 14:10, 28 October 2009 (EDT)
It's a small error, but there's a misplaced comma in the first sentence. It should read: "Gay pride is a liberal buzz-word", rather than "Gay pride is a liberal, buzz-word." I would change it myself, but obviously the page is locked. JaneX 11:32, 27 September 2010 (EDT)
See above. Lije 01:45, 21 April 2011 (EDT)
- Quite. Can someone with the appropriate privileges either edit or unlock this article? It has not been edited or updated in two years, and the punctuation/grammar errors need to be addressed, lest a reader get the impression that Conservapedia is written by uneducated people and thus discount the contents. Presentation matters. Hsmom 10:53, 21 April 2011 (EDT)