Nine writing ‘rules’ you can safely ignore

by Dan Brotzel
The idea that our language is going to the dogs is a pedant’s meme that goes back at least as far as Seneca. Perhaps you had a teacher (or a boss or an editor) with a prescriptivist bent – someone who holds certain principles of language use to be immutable laws, such as ‘Never start a sentence with And or But’ or ‘Always use a comma after “which”’.Read the full article

One Less Bell To Answer/ A House Is Not A Home

The Burt Bacharach Special, 1971