The important part is underlined…for emphasis.
Because that’s how professional journalists do it. Or so I’ve been told.
Just one question for any English majors out there who might be reading. Obviously there is an admission here that he got fired from a three week job. That’s clear enough. But is it saying that it was fired for eating a cat in the restroom, or is it saying it didn’t mention the job on its LinkedIn resumé because it ate a cat in the restroom?
Punctuation is important. Unless you work (excuse me…used to work) for the government as a writer/editor, apparently.
Oh, yeah…nearly forgot…I wonder if it really truly wants to hang its hat on that lie.
Which lie, the reader may ask? Why, the monkey dance lie, of course.