Kim Riddlebarger spots a great sign.
Go visit it, then come back. (I'll wait.)
Reminds me of the time when I was taking a freshman humanities course. During a unit on the Reformation, one of the students was assigned to deliver an oral report on Martin Luther's wife . She began her essay as follows: "Coretta Scott King was born April 27, 1927..."
It was very painful to listen to the whole paper. Our gracious professor--who had to find a segue way to Martin Luther--didn't know quite what to say. So he just said, "Okay. All right. Thank you. Today we're going to be talking about Martin Luther--whom Martin Luther King was named after!"