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This is a couple weeks old, but on March 12, CNN reported a story on how the Sears Tower would be renamed the Willis Tower. There is no longer a picture on that article, but for about an hour, they did have a picture up and I managed to catch it just before they took it down. Here is that picture, demonstrating journalism at its finest.
Posted 04/03/2009 03:48 PM in Chicago, News | Total Comments: (4)
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so, is that the hancock building?
Submitted by wynne on 04/04/2009 09:39 AM
Submitted by filbert on 04/04/2009 08:42 PM
No apostrophe needed on "its"
If you want it to be possessive, use just "I-T-S", but if it you want it to be a contraction, then it's "I-T-apostrophe-S". :)
Submitted by Ben on 04/06/2009 09:19 AM
I actually knew that but never understood why. After much searching, I finally found a site that explains WHY the apostrophe is wrong (most sites say it's wrong but not why). "Possessive pronouns do not have apostrophes; only possessive nouns have apostrophes." So for pronouns if something belongs to him, it's his, if something belong to it, it's its. But for a noun, if something belongs to John, it's John's, if something belongs to the dog, it's the dog's. wiki.answers.com/Q/Which_is_an_example_of_possessive_pronoun_its_or_it%27s
Submitted by filbert on 04/14/2009 07:05 PM