That’s how much time was saved with the invention of the sewing machine – folks could sew in one hour what used to take them over fourteen hours to do by hand.
In the law, cases are “on point” when the facts of the case in the law books – already decided – exactly match the facts in your case so you can cite it as being the law.
So it follows that it kind of annoys me when folks use the phrase “case in point”… where does that come from? It’s like “tough road to hoe” instead of “tough row to hoe”. But then I get persnickety about silly stuff like that. You’re shocked, I know.
But I digress – another big shock.
Oh – Happy Monday!
This is a Tip Jar post and it’s about those pointy things we use every time we stitch – needles.