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A report from the field:

Sentence Goes Horribly Wrong
University Town, America–In a recent round of grading student essays, a local graduate student instructor came across a sentence that has, in his words, “gone horribly wrong.” The sentence was encountered while grading on Tuesday morning at a local coffee shop. “I was just reading through the essay, making comments like I normally do,” said the instructor, who asked that his identity be withheld. “At first,” he continued, “I thought it was just a typo. You know, an aborted first stab at a sentence, followed by a failure to delete the aborted portion. But I quickly realized that it was something else. I’m still not sure what the sentence means.”

The sentence is being reproduced here for the purpose of historical documentation:

It seems the government has treated the No knew information was found by the FBI after October 23 and after the American Indians as less than human consistently throughout time.

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Written by srogers

July 2, 2011 at 2:03 am

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