Because Labor Day is one of those holidays that is based upon its placement in the month as opposed to an actual date, my birthday and Labor Day have always flitted about each other, never quite
landing on the same day.
It has finally happened, and of course it is in one of the years that I'm not working
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What is up with this apostrophe S nonsense!?! I mean, everywhere I look, I'm seeing people pluralizing with an apostrophe S. Have people always been this ignorant, or has the internet made that information more available? I ask because I recently had a sign store (with ugly signs, I might add) pointed out to me where they had "Sign's." Ludicrous. Furthermore, if you are just learning the language or are eight years old, I can understand the confusion between "your" and "you're." You have no excuse if you're a junior high school graduate to be making that mistake.WHO'S WHO
AT THE R.N.C.
A helpful guide.
A N D
George W. Bush