Monday, February 9, 2009

Oh, are they now...?


b13 spotted this error for us. This is a pretty funny instance of how silly it looks when there's a word missing in a sentence. Instead of the Senate doing something (like voting on, or whatever) to or with the economic stimulus bill, this sentence insinuates that the Senate actually is the stimulus bill.

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6 comments:

Yvie said...

Man. I want to be a nearly $900 billion economic stimulus bill. I should make that a new career goal.

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

I wonder what you would have had to major in to eventually become a $900 billion stimulus bill...

Yvie said...

Economics! Unless there's some sort of $900 billion major that I looked over in college.

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

Y'know, I was thinking "mathematics" and "poli-sci"...but never ONCE did I think "economics." Duh! :)

EVula said...

"Mommy, where do $900 billion economic stimulus bills come from?"

"Well, when a Senator and a Representative love each other very much..."

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

HAHAHAHAHA...nice, EVula! :)