It's a godawful word. It did take off in the late '50s; here's hoping it slips into oblivion again: https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?cont…
That was an Associated Press brief that set you off. While AP style is an important base for solid written journalism, it's also been the source of much clumsy mangling of the language.
Sorry for your loss, Jim. Thank you for sharing this.
Thanks much for sharing, Chelo!
That building, along with the Bevel/former DPC warehouse and other structures in the area, has long been scheduled to be demolished to make way for the Downtown Links extension that will connect Aviation Highway to Interstate 10: http://downtownlinks.info/app/uploads/2014…
Now I'm trying to wrap my head around the miraculous vision of ICP covering 69 Love Songs.
Getting to the bottom of this magnets thing is going to take a task force with reporters from a multitude of news orgs. Too bad you won't be able to spearhead that one ; )
Safe travels, Dan.
"Truth in music" laws were passed in about 30 states.
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