Tell you what, Titus - I reckon you've pissed on your chances for this week's Neat-o.
Anyway, it's the hypocrisy, Titus. We all know there's a difference between apostrophes and typos, grammar and spelling, but when you take these pompous stands on one tiny niche of written English, but dismiss any criticism of your own atrocious spelling (not only here, but in many of your submissions) you look like a hypocrite as well as a bore.
And your strenuous efforts to damn one and excuse the other just make you look all the more ridiculous.
Yes, "fantastic" used to mean something else, but even my 20 year old copy of the COD lists "excellent, extraordinary" as the first definition (albeit "colloq.")
By the way, I get annoyed when people use "partake" to mean "participate", and I don't think the fight is lost there.