Tag: Grammar

An Apple a Day

According to legend on this day in 1307 William Tell shot an apple off his son’s head. As the story goes Tell was arrested for refusing to bow in respect to the hat that the newly appointed Austrian Vogt (apparently mayor or overseer) Albrecht Gessler had placed on a pole. Gessler then commanded Tell to …

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I’m not Batman

Robin: “You can’t get away from Batman that easy!” Batman: “Easily.” Robin: “Easily.” Batman: “Good grammar is essential, Robin.” Robin: “Thank you.” Batman: “You’re welcome.” American actor, Adam West, was born on this day in 1928. I am also not the grammar police. Heaven knows I struggle enough on my own. But at least I …

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