“Lieutenant Smith, I think you should see this.”
Sargeant Metaphor placed a copy of The Pencil Post on Grammar’s desk. It had this paragraph circled in red:
The jury in the En Dash identity theft case is expected to reach a verdict today.
Dash is accused of thousands of counts of masquerading as a hyphen. After a long trial and verdict, the jury will be able to return to their families.
“Yes, it’s been a long and exhausting trial, but there’s no doubt in my mind that she’ll be found guilty.”
Dis Connect, looking over Grammar’s shoulder, agreed, “She’ll get what she deserves.”
“That’s not why I’m showing you this. Look at the first and last sentences. How can ‘jury’ be singular and plural? Should I send a couple of officers over to The Pencil Post to see about it?”
“Actually, there’s nothing wrong with that paragraph, ” Grammar said…
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