Satisfied? The Rolling Stones Cave to Pressure and Agree to Correct Grammar in Biggest Hit

My friend Dave went to see the Rolling Stones the other night, so that inspired me to dig up this one from the archives. I hope reading it brings you great satisfaction…

The Return of the Modern Philosopher

StonesApparently, the word nerds CAN get satisfaction, Modern Philosophers!

In a stunning bit of news that is sure to resonate through the Rock World, The Rolling Stones announced today that they are finally going to give in to peer pressure and correct the grammatical errors in one of their greatest hits.

It is no secret that grammar geeks have been harassing rock groups for years to essentially change their tune.  “Billions of people look at these musicians as gods, heroes, and the pinnacle of what one can achieve by working on his writing skills,” declared Simon Blott, the leader of Fans Against Nasty Grammar (FANG).  “Our children grow up repeating their lyrics, and we are of the mind that those lyrics should be grammatically correct.”

Blott and his group have been petitioning bands for over a decade to clean up their acts, and this is the first time they’ve had…

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Native New Yorker who's fled to the quiet life in Maine. I write movies, root for the Yankees, and shovel lots of snow.
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1 Response to Satisfied? The Rolling Stones Cave to Pressure and Agree to Correct Grammar in Biggest Hit

  1. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    WELL…THIS ONE IS ONLY PARTLY “TONGUE-IN-CHEEK”!!!

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