hahaha! kilt a bar!
On Sat, Aug 23, 2008 at 5:10 PM, David Creamer
<ideaslists at ideastraining.com> wrote:
>> They were correcting bad grammar, as we Tech Writers do every day. Signs
>> at our National Parks should contain correct grammar. That's why I said
>> they're Heroes.
> Correcting grammar is not something I would consider heroic. Hero is a term
> thrown around much too quickly (for example, sports figures).
> Bringing *attention* to bad grammar might be worthwhile, but defacing
> historic signage is a criminal act (or anyone's signage for that matter).
> The sign was known to contain errors, but because of its historic nature, it
> was left standing.
> Perhaps you should hunt down the tree that Daniel Boone carved "D. Boone
> kilt a bar" and fix that one up too.
> David Creamer
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