I have to admit that sometimes I’m a bit nitpicky. And sometimes I’m very nitpicky. Like when I point out a repeated word from Yahoo! Shine:
That’s not so bad. At it’s not as bad as this, which appears to be complete nonsense:
Since anniversary are usually annual events, I don’t think readers need to be told that it was the “60 year anniversary” — even if the writer had hyphenated it correctly:
I’m gonna say this isn’t nitpicky: It isn’t even a close approximation of Anglesey:
To make matters (and that paragraph) worse, the writer overlooks the beings typo, the missing space (OK, I’m nitpicking) and the missing apostrophe in what should be the possessive couple’s.