As this fantastically nerdy story in Granta clearly shows, there are those among us who have some serious issues with grammatical errors. And, with a healthy dose of 'there but for the grace of the flying spaghetti monster go us', we couldn't help but notice a slightly ironic ad talking up the BBC World Service in the New Zealand Herald. First Jimmy Savile, now this. The controllers will be aghast.
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A new campaign by Rogue Society Gin, via Motion Sickness, declares they have ‘made a name for themselves’ and the New Zealand company doesn’t just mean figuratively. After an international scuffle with an American brewing company that had a beer called 'Rogue', the company has rebranded to be Scapegrace Dry Gin to better promote its product overseas.