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While I disdain typographical, spelling, and punctuation errors (because they are preventable and should be caught in the editing process), I don't feel as though the problem shown in this headline qualifies the writer as being "Totally illiterate."
I pray I didn't screw anything up in this reply.
And half the people in the U.S. are below average in intelligence.
Bullet accidentally fired into Savanna college classroom
Hey, headline writer...the city in the article is not a grassland in Africa.
Jeez, you guys can't even correctly spell the name of the oldest city in Georgia. At least the writer of the article got it right. Oh, yeah, the article was written by Reuters. The headline was written by a local. Now I understand.
I think sst means two generations of parents each only ~17-18 years old, the grandfather and then the child's mother.
Thanks for your service to both our country and the local community, Mr. Martinez. It is much appreciated.
I also look forward to your restaurant re-opening!
The school millage rate was recently maxed out. By law there's no more room to raise it. Increasing the county portion of your property tax or assessing your property at a higher value is an entirely different possibility, however.
And they even spell it "Lassiter" to try and pull the wool over our eyes! Glad ol' kev brought this egregious scandal to our attention.
And exactly where is this mysterious "Lasseter School" kevin?
Don't forget to become indignant about the new "Adolph Hitler High School" as well.
"GCPS approves building new school for $1.93M"
ummm...hey, headline writer person. The $1.93 million is to buy just the land, not "building new school for $1.93M"
I bet not only we taxpayers, but the BOE too wishes a new school could be built for $1.93 million.
Talk about a mis-leading headline.
I wish the county BOE would apply the same scrutiny on the principal and a certain AP at Grayson HS. Talk about a poisonous duo...
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