Posted by: Jack Henry | April 20, 2017

Editor’s Corner: Grammar Vigilante

Some of you may have already read this article about a grammar vigilante. For those of you haven’t, a man in in Bristol, England has been correcting signs with grammatical errors for over a decade.

He does his work during the night and specializes in correcting apostrophes. He doesn’t think he is committing a crime and says, “It’s more of a crime to have the apostrophes wrong in the first place.”

Click here to read the article, which also contains a short video of the “Banksy of punctuation” and his “apostrophizer” in action.

Jackie Solano | Technical Editor | Symitar®

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