Re: OK?

Subject: Re: OK?
From: Mary Nurminen <manurmin -at- TRE -dot- TELE -dot- NOKIA -dot- FI>
Date: Thu, 30 Apr 1998 12:44:51 +0300

Actually I heard one story about the history, that said something about some
politician whose initials were O.K., and he used that in his campaign stuff. It
took place somewhere in the U.S. sometime in the 40s, and just caught on from
there.

mary



> > Cassie Parker asked:
> >
> > Does anyone have any history on the word (or acronym) OK? I've seen
> > it shown as:
> >
> > OK and okay
> >
> > Is there a time you would use one rather than the other?
>
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