One of the things on my list was something she wrote while answering a student's question about the differences between pointers and references -
And how the only difference between the two is the method of dereferencing. Now, that isn't quite the only difference, but references are evil and I don't care. But I did ask her "Is the declaration of y legal C++?" to which she replied yes. She then pointed out that -
void swap( const int& r, const int& l );
was also a legal declaration of a reference. I tried to mention something about having to set the reference to something initially, then gave up.
Anyway, so I'm going to write a letter and send it via anonymous feedback to her, just for my own personal kicks. Pouya said that he once did something similar and no one cared, but meh. I figure I'll sign it "-Mushu" too so, if she really wanted to she could contact me and tell me to bugger off or something.