What the hell is a Grammar Anarchist?
You can be one! Since we don’t have a U.S. language, feel FREE to set your own rules -- interpret grammar YOUR WAY. You’re not in England anymore. Join the anarchy of U.S. grammar! Make your choices and preserve them in YOUR STYLE MANUAL. —The Grammar Anarchist
You and I may scuffle if I hear you using: "between you and I". Scrap that one! Bury it! Between is a preposition that requires "me" -- not "I". Tattoo this where you'll remember it: Between you and me.