Wednesday, January 09, 2008

"Weird Georgia" by Jim Miles

Speaking of is a book about strange things including (you guessed it) rock piles and unusual stones.
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[Off topic: is that really how you spell "weird". It does not follow the rules I learned in school]


The Lizard said...

the only real rule is:
" i before e, except when its not".

And don't get me started on apostrophes!!!

pwax said...

The official rule is "i before e except after c or when sounding as "A" as in neighbor in weigh".

JimP said...

Geesh, your teacher gave you the rule but failed to mention the many exceptions? Either and neither are two also.

pwax said...

I had special tutoring on this because I can never spell "there/their" right. Guess the tutor did not tell it right.