I just came across a delightful blog called Spogg, the Society for the Promomotion of Good Grammar. It goes along with one I found last year devoted to the elimination of apostrophe abuse. You know, the tendency that people have to make a plural of something by adding an "apostrophe S" as in apple's. Spogg doesn't limit itself to bad punctuation; it points out bad spelling, bad grammar and all sorts of abuse of the English language. I've added it to my blog list. Take a look sometime when you want a little entertainment.
I've been a lawyer since 1976, though my family seems to have gone into medicine. We have two nurses, one nursing student, one medical student, one pre-med student, and one working in medical claims, as well as one in the IT field.