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Comments re photo 48761 Scenic SC KY Signs in the sky over Sacred Triangle Tine Reynolds writes:
To answer the question about the Sacred Triangle, obviously everything is "behind the preposition "at." Remember how we were given that smart-alecky rule to help us remember not to use "at" at the end of a sentence? Isn't that funny? Now nobody seems to mind in the least probably. So to return to wherever your thoughts were at . . . - Tine Reynolds
Thanks: Thanks. Even though we subscribe to the notion that the rule was a grammar myth in the first place, your observation is taken under advisement. CM will do better; certainly don't want to be a disgrace to Torch Ridge. Thanks. -EW

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