Sunday, December 23, 2012
"The letter was not, at once, apoplectic, hyperbolic and grammatically dubious, especially when it came to the use of commas and attention to subject-verb agreement. It did not refer to homeless people as 'the homeless,' in the same way one might refer to a syntax-challenged angry-letter writer as 'illiterate.' THE LETTER DID NOT LIBERALLY EMPLOY THE USE OF BLOCK CAPS."

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