The U.S. spends more on healthcare than the U.K., Canada, Germany, Australia, Japan, Sweden, France, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Switzerland, but has the worst results in lifespan and infant mortality. (Source) Photo: Dave Quinn
When I was a young man I visited my aunt and uncle, and at dinner I said a word that stopped the conversation cold: I mispronounced it. “You might be right and we might be wrong,” they said — and my uncle grabbed a dictionary off a shelf within reach of the dining room table. … See the Meme
I mean really: just because he’s a murderer doesn’t mean he doesn’t have to follow the well-established rules of grammar and spelling.
But it could be worse: have you seen what other people post? It’s surprising they can spell “post”!
If you see something, spell it correctly.
2 of 2 — or you probably would prefer I say II of II.
1 of 2 — or should I say I of II?
Plus, “ET-The Extraterrestrial” would be abbreviated ET-TE.
I had something really interesting to say in this spot, but I can’t read my notes.
I know, I know: some people won’t find this humerus.