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Grammar Cop: Sad Little Happy Hour

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Defendant: Artepasta Restaurant, Greenwich Avenue, New York.
Count 1: Usage of an apostrophe in the commission of a plural noun.
Count 2: Usage of an apostrophe in the commission of a plural noun.
Count 3: Usage of an apostrophe in the commission of a plural noun.
Count 4: Usage of an apostrophe in the commission of a plural noun.
Report: Officer diverted his routine patrol and was headed towards the part of Greenwich Village known as “Little Britain” when the incident was noticed and recorded on a digital incident recording device. Officer believes the area to be rife with superfluous apostrophes and recommends that the area be patrolled more regularly.
Fine: $440 worth of liquor (well drinks only).


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