Sunday, September 20, 2009

Thangs a Super (Boss) Might Should Know

A fraudster posing as West Virginia's governor got caught because a letter he sent out was riddled with bad grammar.

Here's the story:

Here's the moral:
If your grammar's so bad that West Virginians notice, you should stick to shoplifting.

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Linnee said...

I'd love to read that letter!

I saw this today. Quite a battle rages over whoever/whomever in the comments. Thought you'd enjoy it, June.

June Casagrande said...

That link is hilarious. I love the one where the store is threatening would-be shoplifters. It's like a sign that says, "We can't afford a security guard," or more accurately, "We can't afford a security guard but we have God working for us as a hit man."


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