So far they've complained about alright, ginormous, predominate, and fulsome. Each column repeats the same complaint from Fiske's review of Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary Eleventh Edition: Merriam-Webster's "promotes illiteracy" by documenting how words are used. Only the people at Vocabula Review know how words should really be used.
For ginormous, they say
Better than new, ill-defined words for simple concepts like largeness would be new words for less easily understood or less often encountered concepts like bravery or justice or truth. Having more synonyms of words such as these may, over time, affect people's behavior and increase the occurrence of bravery, the spread of justice, or the value of truth.
"May" as in "We have no evidence whatsoever to support this crazily extreme linguistic relativist position."
Once The Vocabula Review has excised these words from dictionaries, they will go on to remove the numbers of everyone they don't like from the phone books.