So I've stopped photographing every grammatical mistake I find because, frankly, I'm tired of them. Here are just a few more.
In addition to finding the grammar or spelling mistakes, my father and I have taken to unpacking the signs for their hidden messages or reinterpretation of history. At the end of this post, I have uploaded Werner Herzog reading Curious George, which I feel is along the lines of what we try to do. Enjoy!
|Are they referring to multiple storekeepers or was it just one? And does anyone possess anything? Also, what's up with that last sentence?|
|Where, oh where, are the commas we need here?|
|Some spelling mistakes are carved in stone... guess the Daughters of the American Revolution couldn't afford a proofreader.|
|It's really nice that "Americans" could travel safely through Indian land.|
|Uh, by "other men" do you mean poor men? Not unlike prison populations today.|
|Hi, kids! Today's lessons is on connotation - what do you think the opinion is of "Indians" in the first sentence?|