OK denotes approval, acceptance, agreement, assent, or acknowledgment. "OK",
as an adjective, can also express ...
Apr 11, 2013 ... It's amazing that we ever got along without "OK. ... Big Question came from
Emerson Whitney, who inquired about the history of OK via Twitter.
Nov 6, 2014 ... OK is an editorial joke run wild. ... What academia accepts as "fact" is actually
about 99% pseudo-history - fringe b.s. - and MAYBE 1% fact.
In the case of O.K., the abbreviation is of "oll korrect. ... so" (a theory which lacks
historical documentation); this was ousted quickly by okay after the appearance ...
Feb 18, 2011 ... It crops up in our speech dozens of times every day, although it apparently
means little. So how did the word "OK" conquer the world, asks Allan ...
Oct 29, 2010 ... Yet throughout the history of OK there have been doubts. If it weren't for the
overwhelming evidence, the true history of OK would indeed be ...
It is "OK"--the most ubiquitous and invisible of American expressions, one used
countless times every day. Yet few of us know the hidden history of OK--how it ...
Sep 4, 2006 ... Where did OKAY come from? There can be no more universal term that Okay. It is
used in just about every language in the world, and its use is ...
Apr 29, 2015 ... In the summer of 1996, Radiohead began work on a new album that would
cement its reputation as one of the greatest and most innovative ...
Mar 26, 2016 ... There are many versions. * On March 1839, OK was introduced to the world on
the second page of the Boston Morning Post, in the midst of a ...