There’s a company in Elmhurst, Il., called Gentech Products, LLC, which proudly notes it makes a “line of unique innovative products.” But now they’re pushing a new addition to their brands that underscores the difference in language we have in this country. The device is the Bag-O-Lantern, which is used to illuminate a nighttime game of beanbag toss. Only that’s not what they call the game. “Now with the technology of high-brightness white LED's, the game of Cornhole can be played into the late hours of the night. Cornhole is a game craze that is sweeping the Midwest and growing quickly,” they said in a release. (”Oh, my,” says the shocked grandmother in our subconscious.) But it gets worse, according to opening copy at their Web site: “Never end another game of Cornhole again due to darkness! Play into the late hours of the night! Now you don't have to eliminate your opponent before the sun goes down!” Confused? Type in “Cornhole” at Dictionary.com.