Saturday, January 5, 2013

They are reporting this like it is news

And this is a surprise to who?  (Or whom?  I've always had trouble with hte who/whom thing....)

Go here. 

1 comment:

MingoV said...

It's "to whom." Whom is the direct object form (within a prepositional phrase). Example: Who took the ball from whom?

I assume that both the writer and editor(s) of the article don't know how to search for previously written articles. The alternate is that they do know how to search and just rewrote old news.