It’s just a hot mess of random punctuation, homophonic errors, missing words, and other weirdness. And this is by a professional writer for Yahoo! Shine.
It starts with some missing punctuation: A hyphen in clear-view would make sense of the two words, as would two hyphens in out-of-season. But out of site? It’s out of sight, man!
Maybe the random comma is a result of a fat-fingered error. But what’s the excuse for including not only without its partner but also?
More random punctuation: A hyphen slipped out of hand-woven, a comma popped in where something else belongs, but I have no idea what. And an apostrophe that the writer wrongly thought was necessary to form the plural of DVD drops in:
More hot messness: A missing hyphen in over-door. More random punctuation: I don’t know what the comma should be since the words following it aren’t a clause and it seems to be referring to organizers. And again with the out of site:
This isn’t a brand-new mistake; it’s actually quite common on Yahoo!:
Does Yahoo! have any standards for hiring writers? Or is the ability to produce a hot mess the standard?