Perhaps there was an Internet rule or an English rule created while I was busy playing Dragon Quest IX, but since when has it become acceptable to use the all-glorious apostrophe as such:
eg. The Peanuts Collection Volume 1967 - 1970 book is Marcus's.
I believe that book belongs to H1 and I don't even know who Marcus is but more importantly, what is the gross misuse of " s's ".
What is that extra letter s for?
Really, what is that?
It is Ass-Backwards English, is what it is!
Arse-About Face English!
It certainly is not The Queen's English and I should know, afterall.
Although, H1 may argue that when it comes to the game of chess, that right is reserved for someone else.
Currently listening to: "Through with People" by Barbara Manning.