Good grammar is said to be all the rage on dating sites. This story would be good news, had it been reported anywhere but in the Wall Street Journal, whose columnists and editors do not appear to know the difference between grammar and spelling. They lead the story with a young man who was put off by a potential date who wrote him a confirmation of their first meeting: “I’ll see you their.” Poor Mr. Cohen—a chump more interested in spelling than romance. The young lady has made a fortunate escape. One is almost tempted to agree with the Columbia University...
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