Grammar Police

Grammar Police

So true.
So, true.

6 thoughts on “Grammar Police”

  1. A man in prison was waiting for a telegram that would determine his fate. This was the message: “Pardon not death.” The meaning depended upon the placement of a comma. It could read “Pardon, not death,” and he was free. Or, it could read “Pardon not, death,” in which case he was condemned. How fragile is the grammatical thread upon which our lives could depend.

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