Fun Fact June 3, 2020.
3 June 2020
You remember the fight scene in Anchorman 2 when the Canadian news team shows up? They trashed talked, followed by “Sorry.” Our neighbors to the north will apologize even if it’s not their fault. It turns out that Canadians say “sorry” so much that they had to pass a law to protect the innocent. The Apology Act was passed in 2009 and it clarifies that saying “sorry” does not constitute an admission of guilt, it means an expression of sympathy or regret. Sorry.