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.
- How customers (actually) resolve issues: Gartner gtnr.it/2HeiSpy #CustomerService #customersupport https://t.co/xYljeIWUT6 11 hours ago
- RT @jessekholm: Well as Russell Brand says “immigrant is just someone who used to be somewhere else”.... twitter.com/theeconomist/s… 15 hours ago
- Richard Flanagan: 'Our politics is a dreadful black comedy' – press club speech in full theguardian.com/australia-news… 15 hours ago
- RT @deshpande_sid: Just published a blog post on consumer privacy tips in the aftermath of the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica revelations: ht… 1 day ago
- He is a national treasure, this one. Must read. twitter.com/pressclubaust/… 1 day ago