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We Support The Library’s

Rick writes:

Imagine my shock and dismay to see a new banner in front of the downtown office of the Cass County Bank the other day:

We Support The Library’s

The sign indicates support of the library’s what? Perhaps the sign should have said the library (there is only one in town)? Or it indicated support of all libraries, as this is a national effort to address our national literacy crisis? The misplaced apostrophe caused some amusement at first, then consternation as I looked to see who was responsible. NEA? IMLS? Arts Midwest? Sheesh!

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wheelsonthebus says:

Oh, no!

lauren says:

Scary enough I work in a library and these things happen quite often…

I'm into stitches. says:

My sister told me one of the best abuses I’ve heard so far. Billboard in Atlanta read: “Healthy Chiropractic for when your in pain.” The next week the billboard was ‘fixed.’ “Healthy Chiropractic for when your’re in pain.” Said she almost crashed the car she was laughing so hard.

Mellykat says:

::sigh:: My new obsession? This blog. Reckless misuse of the apostrophe makes my eyes bleed. I will be sharing this blog far and wide to join in the cause.

Mellykat