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April 28, 2010

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Tim W.

"A historic," not "an historic." When did writers start believing that the "h" in historic is silent? Thank God for Bryan Garner and others combating this nonsense.

Ctsquirt50

Am I so naive as to be the only one who assumes, when I place my signature upon any petition or similar document, that I am giving over the privilege of privacy freely to that cause or purpose? If my privacy is an issue, I should not sign to begin with. If, however, I stand firm in the belief, truism, premise or statement made on that document, by signing I take a public stand.

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