44 days of tortureMuch suffering has been put upon youMore Like This
and I feel so much pain
because a life lived so horribly
is an extreme shame
What they found of you
I can't even bring myself to say
I am disgusted
Your name should never be forgotten
your story should never be told with a smile
the horror you've faced
is without time
May you be in peace now
The Grammar Nazi Handbook v1.0More Like This
It is of course well known that careless talk costs lives, but the full scale of the problem is not always appreciated. Examples are rife throughout history wherein freak wormholes carry otherwise harmless words through rips in the fabric of the universe. What is not as well known, however, is that these rips in the space-time continuum traverse not only our universe, but other universes. Universes that are quite similar to our own, but differ in details so small as to be barely noticeable.
Imagine a world where perfect grammar is not only requested—it is required by law. A world where split infinitives merit jail time. A world where a sentence ended in a preposition is punishable by death.
Richard's English essay was not going well. Two thousand words on The Catcher in the Rye were not immediately forthcoming. He stared blankly at his computer screen for several moments, wondering what he could write as an in