Spot the Error

I’m not really following this whole baseball/steroids scandal thing, other than catching it on the news as my dad drove us home in the big gorram snowstorm last night, and from boredom-induced clicking today. 

But!  The phrase below kind of jumped out at me.  Whoever can tell me what’s wrong with it first gets a prize selected from the swag at my desk.

Said Roger Clemens’ lawyer, Rusty Hardin: 

Roger Clemens adamantly, vehemently, and whatever other adjectives can be used, denies that he has ever used steroids or … improper substances.

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2 Responses to Spot the Error

  1. Shannon says:

    steroids are improper as well.

  2. Foxfire says:

    *scans* I can has ADVERBS, not adjectives? Aside from the whole problem with the “whatever other” clause, which jars on all my bookworm senses but is not something I can name.

    However, I already has swag. Damn good book you sent me, and I’m two-thirds done with it.

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