“do you see any of Biden’s faults?”
Of course he has faults. But Donald Trump has no virtues.
Parolles was a type of stock character called Miles Gloriosus (braggart soldier), from an old Roman play of the same name. Shakespeare created a few of the type.
Trump’s BS is so common that it’s a stock comic character. And some people are so stupid that they STILL don’t see it.
The social networks I’ve been on that were actually good had human moderators and well-defined rules. They weren’t just free-for-alls moderated by machines that flag vulgar words and little else.
They should call it “anti-social networking.”
A very good story, but I wish it didn’t wrap up so quickly. Some dialogue between Tracy and Aquarius, or Auntie Bellum and Aquarius would have given it more closure.
Listening to it in Latin really works.
I use a radio app, because it has a snooze. Classical music, or Old Time Radio (voices speaking just knocks me out).
The New York Times Manual of Style and Usage says the same: “all right (never alright).” Strunk and White probably does, too.
But yes, stylebooks exist so a single organization has consistency in its published writing. They aren’t really for people who AREN’T writing for AP or the New York Times.
Do dances start in 6th Grade, now? We didn’t have school dances till high school.