Our local newspaper regularly commits crimes against the English language, and can only loosely be called journalism, but it does provide a lot of amusement. Someone there really, really loves quotation marks, or inverted commas, call them what you like. They appear randomly around groups of words that are clearly not quotes, or titles or irony. An article from this week’s edition is provided here for your entertainment.
- Must say @mogwaiband are the best @rageABC programmers in some time... loving these choices! 17 hours ago
- Flooring it: the economics of cars abc.net.au/radionational/… #Gartner automotive and mobility analyst @MRamsey92 comments on @RadioNational 1 day ago
- Hangry. 1 day ago
- Three steps to becoming a digital dragon gtnr.it/2u7Sj0S #GartnerSYM #CIO https://t.co/0vGSGhnOms 1 day ago
- RT @richardaedy: Driving, indeed the whole car thing, is about to change: abc.net.au/radionational/… 1 day ago