I woke up this morning intending to do some work. I mean actual work for my actual job (even though it's Saturday).
Instead, I saw this picture online:
This sign, printed by a professional sign making company in Toronto, is a disgrace. There are only 18 words on the sign. And there are something like 9 errors on it. When I first read it, I didn't even notice the crazy hyphenation going on; I was too focused on the 5 apostrophes. Why??? How did this happen??? Let's assume that the sign had to be written by a person, approved by someone else, sent to the printer, made into a sign and then delivered (by the way, there are 5 of these signs posted on the fence in different locations). There had to be at least 3 or 4 different people who had the opportunity, nay, the obligation, to fix this problem.
And don't even get me started on unnecessary quotation marks.
On second thought, let's take a look at unnecessary quotation marks:
In summary, there are way too many idiots in this world. So I guess I should write it like this:
Their are way to many "idiot's" in this world.