I was challenged to a bet on the election. My opponent predicted a “landslide Romney victory.” Is it wrong to take his money?
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One of my pet peeves is the incorrect use of grammar, punctuation, and spelling. With the help of intense psychotherapy, I’ve been able to control the violence that used to consume me when I came across their gross abuse.
So whenever I stumble across the aftermath of someone’s decimation of the written word, I’ll post this little graphic. Spread the good word.
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