If you're a writer or a reader (hi there!), you might know the old saw about headlines that are written in the form of a question.
According to what's known as Betteridge's Law of Headlines, if a header ends with a question mark, the answer is "no." (Example: A blog post titled, "Do Most People Know Betteridge's Law of Headlines?")
But here at MBC, we like toying with tradition. Defying expectations. Mixing it up.
And so it was with our headline on a December post about the "Manhattan Pointe" condo complex east of Aviation Blvd.: "Big Bump Coming at Aviation Place?"
Then, most definitively, our predicted answer to the question was, "Yes." A "big bump" was coming.
There had been no sales at all in the 28-unit complex of row-house-inspired townhomes……