Sometimes we can’t have nice things, just because the nice thing is difficult to state clearly in words. For example, the record low daily high temperature for this date is arguably just as meaningful as the record high daily high. But the weatherman never tells us the record low high, probably because it would confuse…… Continue reading The oldest living former X
I’ve read a number of lists of frequently misspelled words, and I always end up thinking “Really? That doesn’t match my experience at all. If your methodology says that supersede is misspelled more often than its, then I think you need a new methodology.” Of course, context matters. Professional writers misspell different words than internet…… Continue reading My list of frequently misspelled words
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