Regarding the recent controversy over "remand back," which I inadvertently started a month or so ago, let me first apologize to anyone who thought I was a "complaining, criticizing attorney" "scathingly bringing to your attention" what is in fact a "good," albeit improper, use of "remand back." It was hardly my intent to expose myself of some "Cotton Mather" who cannot spell. Unlike the unnamed critic in Monday's issue, I was not a "top English student graduate." (Indeed, as I did it on the first try, I was very happy upon completion of the required two semesters of English with passing grades.) Therefore, please let me retract my prior "letter to the editor," so that those far-better qualified than I, can encourage you to participate in the further decline of the English language.
(David Murray's comment on this issue was hilarious. Way to go!)
Douglas H. Duerr
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