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Grammar Vandal Goes on Vigilante Comma Crusade

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Grammar Vandal Goes on Vigilante Comma Crusade

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Kate McCulley, Boston's self-proclaimed "grammar vandal," has taken it upon herself to correct grammatical errors on signs in public places. The 22-year-old English major takes questions from callers about some of her grammatical pet peeves.

Kate McCulley, writes the 'Grammar Vandal' blog

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