Thursday, March 15, 2007

TskTsk

AOL HEADLINE: "Who Could Do Better Than Him?"

Please, AOL, "Who could do better than he?"

6 comments:

msecz said...

There is so much of that on the news too.... Wonder why the kids don't learn the right way? Especially when they have a job that should require it.
Sandra

jocalodave said...

I rarely criticize OPG (other people's grammar) because I invariably end up committing at least one major transgression in the process.

I also admit to occasionally using what I know to be improper grammar because it sounds stilted and seems to break up the flow of information. That certainly makes me part of the problem...

Woe is I.

tellsg said...

Aw chuck, thats so AOlish!  Hugs, Terry x

funnyface0s0 said...

Hi Chuck - No comment here as my grammar is awful !
Jayne :o)

plieck30 said...

Sometime I recognise mistakes but I continue to struggle with grammer in my journal to the point of thinking sometime I should call it quits. I could blame it on the english teacher I had for three years who had us read novels in class because she did not want to be a teacher. I could blame it on my parents, but they didn't have an education and didn't know the importance of it. No its my fault I could go back to school even at my age but I'm having too much fun talking to cows who doesn't give a damn about my grammer. lol Paula

monponsett said...

I was a teacher, Mr. Ferris... I do the same thing with headlines.

It's worse for a sports fan. "We ran the ball good today."