My family and I took a vacation trip to Pennsylvania last week. (It’s a beautiful state, by the way.) Just to prove that spelling problems exist north of the Mason-Dixon line, I offer these examples of plurals mistakenly made with apostrophes. First is a sign at a shopping center in Harrisburg; second is a billboard on U.S. 30 between York and Gettysburg.
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