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Subject:Re: Words to live by... -Reply From:Millman_Harvey <millman -at- JMBCORP -dot- MHS -dot- COMPUSERVE -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 26 Jul 1995 10:59:52 EDT
>From: Amy Maclin
>To: MILLMAN; Multiple recipients of list TECHWR-L
>Subject: Words to live by... -Reply
>Date: Tuesday, July 25, 1995 7:25PM
>> I'm seeing more and more hideous grammar popping up these days,
Amy Mackin <maclina -at- orau -dot- gov> added:
>I once spent 200 nightmarish miles behind a semi offering me
>"EMPOLYMENT OPPORTUNITIES." Later (on the same highway) a billboard
>entreated me to stop at the local motel to enjoy cable TV and a
And leave us not forget restaurant menus offering meat dishes served
"with au juice" and the ever-present confusion over apostrophes used to make
a "plural," as in a sign for "Men and Boy's Wear."