re Stamp Out the Wrong It's

Subject: re Stamp Out the Wrong It's
From: "Mark L. Levinson" <mark -at- MEMCO -dot- CO -dot- IL>
Date: Thu, 13 May 1999 14:04:16 +0200

David Cramer writes:
How many of you would like to join me in starting a "Stamp Out
the Wrong It's" internet watchdog group?

** There's a newsgroup called alt.possessive.its.has.no.apostrophe .
Following is its FAQ.

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Date: 1999/04/14
Author: John Goodwin <JG -at- opticon -dot- demon -dot- co -dot- uk>

Revision history: 20-9-98 Added clarification on scope of rule
18-12-98 Added details about special case exception

Credit List for revisons
Q2 Scope Alan Pemberton
Q3 Special cases John Goodwin

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FAQ
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Q1 Use of appostrophe
Should you insert an apostrophe when using the possessive "its"?
A1 No.

Q2 Scope
Is that alway's the case?
A2 Yes.

Q3 Special cases
What about irony.
A3 Oh, go on then.


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