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When Good Grammar Goes Bad

Apparently the shirt featuring this design, encouraging its readers to love the one YOUR with, was offered for sale in American Eagle stores. Ouch.

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See Your Right post of August 2.

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When Good Grammar Goes Bad

Dialogue in the recent made-for-TV movie, Meteor:

“This could end a couple of ways, none of them good.”

Ouch. Since there are only two ways this could end, the writer should have gone with neither of them good.

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The character was right, though, even if not grammatically so; nothing about this movie was good.

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