If there’s one thing that always arouses my curiosity, it’s cults and the social dynamics within them.
Does anybody in the United States – or any former British colony for that matter – really speak “correct” Queen’s English? Furthermore, is Queen’s English spoken all throughout the British Isles themselves?
In my last column, I touched on the curiosity of children and their willingness to learn new things rapidly, and it got me thinking about when I tried to relearn Farsi a few years ago.
Like many people in my generation who grew up here in the Tri-Cities, I never realized just how much is happening here on a day-to-day basis.