Today, it turns out, is "National Punctuation Day;" however, that does not give anyone license—beyond whatever one's local political system grants him—to misuse one's keyboard/mouse/other text-entry device (including voice recognition tools) in furtherance of inappropriate text markings.
I'm hoping we can get a diacritical mass of people on board with this.
It's also the last night game this season at Wrigley, and therefore the last game I'll attend until next April. We won't see a lot of drama as the Cubs have already lost 92 games and the Pirates clinched the division wild card slot yesterday (at Wrigley).
If I care enough, I'll post pictures tomorrow.
Today, though: remember the difference between "let's eat, Grandpa" and "let's eat Grandpa."