A teacher in rural Tennessee is accused of hitting a student and is suspended. Because he's a popular teacher, many people rally around him, including this person who presumably ran out of upper case Ls.They may also have been short one capital E, as I've learned his name is actually spelled JOllEY.
The charm of this double lowercase L has warmed my heart, and I don't even care if he's been rightfully accused. BRING MR. JOllEY BACK!
"twin nephew"? Does this mean he's one half of a pair of male-female fraternal twins?
This is exactly the case, Rimpy!
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