Correcting the grammar on public signs can land in you in court. That’s right. Two young men from Massachusetts found out the hard way that the grammar police may be unwanted in many areas of the country.
[Jeff] Deck and [Benjamin] Herson, both 28, toured the United States this spring, wiping out errors on government and private signs. They were interviewed by NPR and the Chicago Tribune, which called them “a pair of Kerouacs armed with Sharpies and erasers and righteous indignation.” Continue reading