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Marco

So, she should have said, "neither butter nor cheese", non? or just "neither"? If Starbuckeroos had, say, 7 bagel condiment choices, there would have one neither and 6 nor's. This can get very confusing, especially when one hasn't had any morning coffee yet. Sure glad I don't go to Starbux for anything and never will.

Rose's Lime

Either the article or the professor sounds spurious to me. What learned person would order a bagel from Starbucks if you were on the West Side of Manhattan?

A better question than "butter or cheese" would be, "are you aware that Zabars is just 4 blocks south of here?"

Mr. Sunshine

Some papers like whipping nothing more than English fessers, (well, maybe stretching the definition of torture on the rack) but I too break with the guild to say that MLA needs more anger management sessions, especially this time of year.

She doesn't appear to be teaching anywhere... so she's off the ranch. Is it fair to have "English Professor" in all these headlines? Kinda like "Texas Rangers President Invades Iraq" or "MBAs Destroy Global Economy," no?

walt235

[url=http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:7rgXJCY_AsoJ:lca.lehman.cuny.edu/lehman/telephone/default.asp%3FR1%3DR%26R2%3DS+professor+Lynne+Rosenthal+contact+information&cd=33&hl=en&ct=clnk]Telephone & E-mail Directory, Lehman college[/url]

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Bronx, NY 10468
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