It’s Spelled Y’all, Y’all.

If there's one thing Texans love more than saying "y'all," it's an argument.

TM Daily Post readers on social media were quick to respond to Wednesday's story about the 15 Texans who faced capital punishment in 2012--not in reaction to their awful crimes, or out of opposition to the death penalty, but because official accounts of their last words by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice spelled "y'all" as "ya'll" more than a dozen times.

Texas Executes Eighth Man of 2012

“I’m going home. I’m going home. Don’t worry about me. I’ll be alright. God bless, and the Texas Rangers, Texas Rangers," were the last words of Robert Harris, a forty-year-old man put to death by the state of Texas Thursday night for the 2000 murders of former co-workers at an Irving car wash.

The U.S. Supreme Court declined a request to stay Harris's execution two hours before he was put to death.


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