Reading an article in the NYTimes over the weekend referred to"...during Bill O-'Reilly's interview with...."Blew my mind. I can't believe that was the only possible way to do it. There was certainly room to move the apostrophe up to stay with the "O"--still weird, but not quite as weird as what they did. =sheila
It's ironic that we ridicule millennials for their atrocious online spelling and writing manners but give a free pass to that bastion of American journalism, the New York Times, to print anything they want in any way they want. You're right: don't let them off the hook.RayB
Careless and/or sloppy typesetting.~D
give a free pass to that bastion of American journalism, the New York Times, to print anything they want Down, boy.Bad punctuation or not, they get a heck of a lot of facts right, certain more than the dog-whistle-blower.
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