His depiction of an Occupy movement consisting of a legion of faceless Malcolm Harris-like creatures and led by Malcolm Harris himself would be horrifying if it bore any relationship to reality.
@Lance The specific mistakes are afterthoughts. I find it odd that you found the story to make "some wonderful points" when you missed some of the main ones.
Call me old-fashioned, but I think one's name ought to be either John or Jonathan, with the latter having the option of being shortened informally to Jon. None of this just-plain-Jon stuff on birth certificates. It's stuff like this that's the gateway to Jhon's and Johnathan's and Jonatan's.
These issues aren't black and white. If you have a moment, I'd like to talk to you about one thousand one hundred and eleven.
I was all set to object, looking at the lowest few rankings, but I realized it's just because every song is so good...as others have suggested Let it Loose is too low.
Brendan Behan didn't work as a copywriter per se, but he arranged to write a slogan for Guinness in exchange for a few crates of the product. He drank that and offered the slogan, "Guinness makes you drunk." Allegedly.
The waiting is the hardest part. The waiting, not the leaving.
The paper collar: for when you are spending the day in an F. Scott Fitzgerald story.
I imagine Sherlock Holmes would devote too much attention to checking for moles and other odd, unsatisfying things.
Just because phrases exist already in the culture does not mean you can use them without repercussions. As Gordon Brown learned after inserting a "bitch, please," into one of his PMQ's.