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There’s a headline on Breitbart that reads:

“Off-Duty Baltimore Cop Shoots Dead Robbery Suspect.”

My first thought was why did he shoot a dead guy?

Anybody else got some good headlines that make you go Wut?
 

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The most basic rules of grammar and punctuation have escaped so many. It makes me cringe when those who tout home schooling cannot use "your" and "you're" correctly. It's not that difficult.
 

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Not a headline but this one caused great embarrassment to the Public Affairs Office at Altus AFB.

All pubic appearances must be coordinated with the Public Affairs Office.
 

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The most basic rules of grammar and punctuation have escaped so many. It makes me cringe when those who tout home schooling cannot use "your" and "you're" correctly. It's not that difficult.
Yore absolutely correct OldVet!
 

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They had a weekly newsletter at an agency where I worked. One very good looking young secretary was rumored to be promiscuous. She became a Notary Public. The newsletter read, "Congratulations to Jane Doe on becoming a Notary Pubic." The newsletter publisher swore it was a typo.
 

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The most basic rules of grammar and punctuation have escaped so many. It makes me cringe when those who tout home schooling cannot use "your" and "you're" correctly. It's not that difficult.
Neither can public school grads and Ivey League school grads. Why single out home schooling?
 

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The most basic rules of grammar and punctuation have escaped so many. It makes me cringe when those who tout home schooling cannot use "your" and "you're" correctly. It's not that difficult.
Yer soooo keereck, OV.
 
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Just today, as I was waiting to get into a classroom, I peeked in and saw the prof had written on the board a list of stuff, which included:

Passed examples

From the context, I'm pretty sure he meant past examples.

I didn't call him out on it, but I'll be keeping an eye on him, as I follow him in that room twice a week.
 

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