"Do not make permanent decisions on the basis of temporary emotions."
Thanks for that, Roof! PW and I both needed a good laugh!
My favorite example of how the lack of punctuation for a political message occurred in Texas. While driving along Highway 10 to get to New Orleans, there were numerous signs that read:Terrorists Don't Mess with Texas Remember the AlamoThis presents the problems when you rely on two battle cries that have absolutely no bearing to the 2001 situation. Terrorists, all of the terrorists who drive down 10, do not mess with Texas because you will suffer the same fate as those who took over the Alamo. Wait. Does this mean that Texans want the terrorists to win? Or did the writers of this sign not expect the terrorists to know history, like the Texans themselves. It is just too much.
I think in this case, the Alamo-ans represent the terrorists. And they will be soundly defeated and folk heroes forever.
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