The writer for Yahoo! News‘ “The Sideshow” is pretty free with freeway in this redundant use of the word:
He’s also pretty free with the spelling of the article’s subject. It’s an article about JC Penney, not about the copper coin:
Proving that he doesn’t need to do any fact-checking, he even misspells the retail giant’s URL:
If a tea kettle is formerly known as “Bells and Whistles,” what is it called now? And does it have a new, formal name?
Of course, most people aren’t taking the writer’s work too seriously. They know that he’s somewhat of a hack whose writing would benefit from the watchful eye of a competent editor. I’m thinking, maybe an editor who knows that a series doesn’t involve a single commentary, but multiple commentaries:
I suppose if the writer doesn’t care about spelling and word usage, he also doesn’t care too much about punctuation. Perhaps he feels that a period between sentences is optional: