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Grammar Cop: Same Olde Story

Defendant: Silver Age Inc., Los Angeles.
Count 1: Prefix neglect, resulting in nonsensical construction.
Count 2: Affixing said error with permanence to a vehicle.
Count 3: Creating a grammatical distraction by exposing said error to drivers in the vicinity.
Report: Officer Regina of the LAGD was one of four Los Angeles drivers not talking on their mobile phones when the incident occurred. With her hands free, she was able to capture the crime in progress – aided by the fact that the vehicle was slow-moving as there are old people in it, and old people yell when you go too fast.
Fine: $230, and three free trips down Sepulveda.


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