Apostrophes of stone

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Cue John Philip Sousa, please:

“We will find no glory in the misuse of the language, no heroes among those who chisel their grammatical ignorance in stone.”—Doug Ward, 2009

Of course, I’d want to remain anonymous, too, if I didn’t know how to use it’s and its. Whoever did this work at Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kan., was far from alone, though. (See It is Name Is Sloppiness.) Alas, this particular blunder will live on for generations.

Thanks to Kaitlyn Syring for sending this in.

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