Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Grammar Ain't Important to MO DOR

Beginning this week, Missouri's license plates have a new design, shown above.

Do you notice what's missing?  (The Associated Press did.)

The hyphen in Missouri's nickname is missing.  This is an admitted grammatical error but the Department of Revenue won't fix it.

Apparently, the DOR believes that advertising Missouri ignorance is a good idea.  

If we're not careful, Arkansans will soon be telling Missouri jokes. 

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