So, for many months now, I've been tracking down typos as they have been reported to me, through the mechanisms here that are in place.
So for many months now, I've been adding rooms to the moo and describing things and fixing things and running plots and stoking the economy and adding player jobs and supplying fixers and... and ... and ... and doing the million things a GM here does, as have the other GMs.
As a matter of fact, I remember not long ago going through that mall and fixing a -ton- of reported typos. It may have been before the Wellness Home was built, it may have been after, I'm really not sure.
Perhaps, this is because there is much work to do, and just as much that needs to be re-done.
At first, I thought maybe there will be an end to this all, but seriously guys ... it takes A LOT OF TIME AT LEAST to do all the things GMs do. It's almost a case of for everything you do, it generates five more things.
I'm just wondering, is this an urgent request in that something is broken, or did I miss a reason why I should drop the other thirty things I or any of the other GMs are working on in order to add what in effect, is a sign?
Now, that said, hopefully I've shown why it's not the request, but the manner in which the request is submitted. It's a catch more flies with honey than vinegar kind of thing. I don't like vinegar, and when I smell it, usually wrinkle my nose and turn away.
And yes, I do realize that in the time it took to write this, I could have fixed it ten times over. I also could have described new items I have that are only waiting on a description to enter the game, kept working on some rooms descriptions, worked more on revising the game FAQ, added some content to the grid, created and described some NPCs for an upcomming plot, helped another GM to describe something needed by a few PCs to do thier job, or any of the other things on the GMList.
If it's not been submitted via @typo, please do so. If it has, I'll ask the person responsible for that to assign it to me and I will take care of it appropriately.