Let's get this straight: The correct grammar is "should have run," not the idiotic, "should have ran." Sportscasters constantly use the latter including Troy Aikman a few days go. The correct grammar is "should have gone," not the execrable, "should have went."
I'm a voracious reader of everything from history to fiction, biographies to science, art to philosophy. I'm reading now Under the Knife by Arnold Van De Laar. He tells the story of 28 memorable operations through history along with the
Linkedin had a posting about a "transhumanism" conference in Australia. I had to look up the term: "the belief or theory that the human race can evolve beyond its current physical and mental limitations, especially by means of science and
I used to use Scotts Lawn Care which took care of my lawns nicely. It's a big place. Then Scotts was purchased by TruGreen, one of the worst service firms I've ever experienced. Their treatments consistently make the lawns look worse
When everything is a priority, nothing is a priority. That's the apothegm. When everything causes outrage, then nothing is really outrageous. I'm outraged when a hospital or insurance company withholds gravely needed care over money. I'm not outraged when a driver fails