Some days, I get so interested in reading the rants of others that I forget to write my own. Today is one of those days. I'd like to share some of those rants with you, both because they relate to grammar and because I like to demonstrate that I'm not the only one who has strong feelings about the English language. If you've got a rant of your own, or a favorite post that relates, please add a comment with the link.
- An Infiniti ad in Canada gets shamed (but not the company's own misspelling of its name)
- An article from The Washington Post titled Why the Bad Grammar?
- The Australian paper The Age tells us about The World Today: Bad English, Bad Grammar, and Bad Manners
- London's The Independent offers a smile-worthy bad grammar column from Miles Kington
- Slate.com explains what's wrong in the 15th Edition of the Chicago Manual of Style
- And back to Great Britain for a pile of twenty mini-rants from the BBC News