A WORD IN THE HAND: TRIVIAL
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Nothing is trivial, if you ask me. Apostrophes are not in the least trivial, despite the sad news that the Apostrophe Protection Society has closed down.
Journalist John Richards, who formed the society in 2001, told AFP this week that he was giving up the fight against menu’s that advertise pizza’s, partly because he is now 96 and partly because people just dont care anymore.
Fortunately, Richardss website, www.apostrophe.org.uk, will remain in existence for anyone who want’s to know why Richardss the possessive is weirdly spelt...