Monday, August 18, 2008

Don't Tread on Punctuation

Taking a lovely stroll through Cambridge on Friday, I noticed a Gadsen flag waving in the wind.

Dont tread on me. I appreciate the sentiment, but I do not appreciate the lack of apostrophe.


A. Hartman Adams said...

In this case, the "Dont" is historically accurate. The original flag design shows the phrase without the apostrophe. Check out: for more information.

Honestly, it's always bugged me, too :)

Becky said...

Thanks, Allison. Good to know that it's consistent. However, I am not above calling out historical punctuation errors. See entry on Goodnight Moon.

Anonymous said...

I have been to the camping trip and it was the most exciting time that I have got to spend there. I was literally wondering to go for the same trip once more but this time on somewhere else.

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