What in the name of god is wrong with commenters on the internet? I have come across the same question/problem/lack of common sense numerous times recently and MUST VENT.
THE ENTIRE CONTENT OF AN ARTICLE OR BLOG POST DOES NOT HAVE TO HAVE THE SAME TONE. SARCASM, RHETORICAL QUESTIONS, HUMOR, SATIRE, SERIOUSNESS, DRYNESS, IAMBIC PENTAMETER, et al. CAN ALL RESIDE PEACEFULLY IN COHABITATION WITH ONE ANOTHER INSIDE THE SAME PIECE OF WRITING.
For the love of god.
“Things will kick off with everybody’s favorite chapter in the Star Wars saga, The Phantom Menace”
I want to believe this is sarcasm, but the rest of article’s tone didn’t convince me.
This has to be sarcasm, right? RIGHT?
Also, terrible idea.
That’s what I was thinking, this article is short and weird and misleading. “Surely it must be worth it” sounds like sarcasm but the rest of the article sounds sincere so maybe not. Who’s responsible for this?
Devin Coldewey –
guess my sarcasm was a little too subtle for these guys
Devin Coldewey writes for CrunchGear.