Chuck Zundel, Naples
I saw that
I found it ironic that a recent letter to the editor chiding the Daily News for
spelling and grammatical transgressions contains the following phrase: "It seems tome a newspaper should also endeavor to have correct spelling, grammar and context on it's (sic) printed pages."
I was left wondering whether this obvious blunder was that of the letter's author or possibly the product of an edit of her submission.
Regardless, I understand why your proofreaders — which the author suggests you may no longer employ — may have failed to correct.
I never thought a letter to the editor chastising for lack of grammatical and spelling scrutiny could elicit a smile over morning coffee.