grammarRULES! is the brain child of Virginia artist, writer, and high school history teacher Lee Knapp. After hearing “just between you and I” one too many times, Lee decided to put her background in ceramics to work to correct America’s grammar. It’s clear just how democratic bad usage has become: from politicians (“we need more makers, less takers”); to TV characters (English teacher on Parenthood to former love: “I came to talk about you and I”); to, yes, even NPR(reporter on Eliot Spitzer’s demise: “If anyone should have known about the law, it was him”). Is there no end?