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T2000 Fanzine- You're On Your Own No. 2

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Issue No. 2-You’re On Your Own- Twilight: 2000 fanzine, with articles on.


* Senegalese Tirailleurs

* Royal Naval Party 67

* Unit Vignette 

* Cooking in Twilight: 2000 

* Irregular State Guard/Militia Units 

* Red Dawn Fan Fiction: The First Day 

* Twilight 2013 Medical Supplement 

* Twilight 2013 Apartment Clinic 

* Trap 


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Troy C May 18, 2020 4:35 pm UTC
I haven’t had the chance to look over either Issue yet, but I’m looking forward to it! Having said that, I was Honored to help Proof-read a Fan-Made product a few years back. One word I saw Consistently spelled wrong was “Cavalry”, when they’d written “Calvary”. Yes, both words ARE “Correct” but it also depends on the Usage. Something to keep in mind to watch out for with your Fanzine! ; )
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David A May 21, 2020 12:55 pm UTC
Hope you enjoy both issues and working on issue 3 now
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Roc W May 14, 2020 4:55 am UTC
Just some friendly crit, but you guys need to turn on your grammar checker perhaps? Sergeant Robert “Spud” Murphy got wounded while manning an MG3 in the legs... Is the new T2000 stuff including cyber-like weapon body parts now? It's a very clumsy read without a commer here and there ("got wounded, while manning an MG3, in the legs" or "got wounded in the legs while manning an MG3"?).

Not the only error, and the product is overall pretty darn good. But a grammar check would highlight something as clunky as that. Keep up the good work!
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David A May 14, 2020 9:42 pm UTC
Already did a lot of spell and grammar checks but will go back thru it. Thanks for catching that. Keep in mind that this is a fanzine and not something that is being put out by a paid writing team.
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David A May 15, 2020 1:34 am UTC
FYI - that sentence you spotted went thru grammar check without an issue - but I did a rewrite anyway
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Roc W May 15, 2020 2:48 am UTC
David, I can appreciate that. I have worked on enough club newsletters in my time (some time as sole staff!) to know these things happen, and goodness knows I have, and will probably continue to, make mistakes small and large. It wasn't meant to be a nasty criticism because I know the wonderful effort that goes into fanzines and magazines/newsletters and the like.
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Roc W May 15, 2020 3:09 am UTC
Oh, ok. I am pretty old school, maybe that's acceptable (you know the grammar thing about helping your uncle Jack off a horse as opposed to helping your uncle Jack, off a horse?) these days?

But as I said, meant to be a friendly crit, not nasty (though I do at times try to use a bit of humour that, depending upon how it is taken, can come of rude as opposed to funny-ish).

I enjoyed it overall
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David A May 16, 2020 4:39 pm UTC
not mad at you in any way - and you were right I should have run it thru spell/grammar checker - have an updated version I will send Marc today ( for instance I missed that one author had spelled Tucson wrong repeatedly). And thank you for the good comments - much appreciated - bringing this fanzine back to life was a work of love but it was work for sure.
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