it means "error in the original" and used to point out errors in an original source you are quoting so that folks know it's not a (your) mistake, it was wrong from the start. And the context here is sort of "everything wrong is DICE's fault". Except it was much more elegant and funny the way West36 said it.
:confused: it's strange when i'm remind me that french are not latin but speak latin. and french and german are in fact brothers/cousin
The other thing I love about Germans is their ability to take some ribbing without getting huffy about it. After all, we all know that WWII was just a gigantic plot to get back at the Poles after they snuck into Berlin on Polish New Year's (August 30) and painted all the panzers pink...
[quote=jumjum]it means "error in the original" and used to point out errors in an original source you are quoting so that folks know it's not a (your) mistake
: There was a great program a while ago called Philspell, which used the standard Unix ispell library but, instead of correcting anything, just put (sic) after each misspelled word...
GeRmAn~BRATWURSTJEHOVA! JEHOVA! :rolleyes:
Indiana Jones: "Idiot! in Latin Jehova starts with an 'I'" I. E. H. O,oo. V. A.
Everybody here always forgets Belgium. :mad: If you talk about good school systems -> Belgium is one of the best
If you talk about learning languages -> Belgium is one of the best
Always talking about the dutch ... If you hear them talk french, you will roll on the floor :lol:
Post scriptum: I did two years of latin, but went to economics that is in my opinion more useful and interesting.