She recently posted this on her Facebook page and she's got a great point. Read on:
If you have the privilege of being on the radio, say it correctly. If you don't know how to say it, ask.
A friend. A boss. Google. But, ASK.
In the past month, I've heard the following from a few of my favorite radio stations:
"Happy New Years!" (It's not A New Years. It's either New Year's Eve or New Year.)
"ValentiMe's Day." (NO. WRONG.)
And for the grand finale: While I hope this jock was just being funny, but seriously doubt it... "It's a DOG-EAT-DOG world", not a "Doggy-Dog-World." Yes. I really heard that. And it wasn't on Animal Planet Radio.
Sincerely, Lois (former Radio Personality & Grammar FREAK) Lewis
I thought of a one that annoys me when I hear it twice a year. It's not "Daylight SavingS Time." It's singular. It's "Daylight Saving Time."
Do you have any you'd like to share?