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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.


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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