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Grammar Cop: Steady Doesn't It

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Defendant: CamCaddie

Count 1: Negligent spelling.

Count 2: Failure to proofread retail product packaging.

Count 3: Mass distribution of grammatical malfeasance.

Report: Officer was in Los Angeles, strolling the aisles of Filmtools, the Mecca for film professionals when the crime attracted his attention like a freaking strobe light - despite being on the lowest shelf. It was just that obvious.

Fine: $245 and the Original CamCaddie steady camera mount.


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