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Last week in DC there was a big Army display. The slogan has changed from Army of One (which also makes little sense when you think about it) to Army Strong. So is Army now an adjective? Or are we using caveman speak. As in that steel beam is army strong. Or me man. Army strong.
Well, now I was looking at someone's blinky and it said "Those who can... teach." Now, what sort of sense does that make? It's really a sentence fragment for one thing. Those who can teach... what? Finish the sentence! Or do they mean can as in canning fruits and vegetables. So I suppose that would mean all teachers are great canners. No, can't be that either.
Any sayings or slogans that start being really weird to you once you begin to overthink them?
~Heather, wife to Jamie (15 years; June 5, 1998) and mom to
Ani - 14 (February 15, 2000), Cameron - 12 (October 3, 2001),
Fritz - 7 (July 11, 2006), and Adrian - 5 (June 19, 2008) Smaller on the Outside