According to the WSJ Law Blog, Justice Antonin Scalia told the Annual Meeting of the Federalist Society last week, among other more constitutionally-relevant nuggets, that is regularly irked by this boilerplate pronouncement on airplanes: "it is required that your luggage is under the seat in front of you." "Is" should be "be," says the Justice. Indeed. The recurring offense sits in the brain like an itch that cannot be scratched.
Such is the case, for me, with this never-can-be-forgotten standard pronouncement of a former Michigan Speaker pro tem who year after year announced prior to the closing of the Board for voting on every vote: "Have all members wishing to vote having voted."