Saturday, June 27, 2009

actually it was his doppelganger


I think this one is just confused, you punctuate the quotation, not the speaker... thanks Jay.

8 comments:

toep said...

wouldn't it be more courageous to use your own name? but then that would be plagiarism.....

crazyunlikeafox said...

I think it's great that there was an opportunity to properly use quotation marks, and they totally missed it.

kjl said...

Ugh. Isn't quoting someone the very first thing we learn to do with quotation marks? This makes my brain hurt.

coxnvox said...

Maybe someone with the odd and rather burdensome name of Nonviolence Is A Way of Life for Courageous People said "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr." and it's therefore correct, except that you usually put the name of the person being quoted after the quote.

David said...

This one really illustrates just why this blog is necessary.

David said...

"Martin Luther King, Jr." I said to myself. "Yeah, that's the ticket. After I initiated that name change, as my parents were a little over-eager for me to change the world..."

-Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "Autobiography"

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StephakneeSays said...

@coxnvox, I may never stop laughing at your comment. Thank you.