I am utterly amazed. Two experts on grammar, that can only use their own minds' as a resource to cite the proper or improper use of language. It is wrong because you say so?
Please tell me in what context, are you guys judging proper grammar on an internet message board? I am glad to know your assessment of 'proper' Grammar is based upon the assumption of knowledge of the 'speaker'. A very powerful arguement towards your credibility.
Now be good English Teachers and look up applied apposition, like I posted 2 freaking days ago.
I know the rules, ergo I don't have to look them up. Does a cop check his manual before he arrests someone? No. Why? He knows the manual. Must I consult EB White everytime I see poor grammar? No. Why? I know the manual.
I would gladly answer that question, but because of your poor grammar, it is unclear what you're asking. You have failed to see the point.
I looked it up on various search engines and got nothing. Anyway, I feel Glenn already addressed that issue.
It is not wrong because they say so. It's wrong because it's WRONG.
Believe it or not, there are rules for speaking and writing. And you don't have to have a manual or an English degree to know them. Most people can tell the difference between good grammar and bad grammar by how it sounds. If it sounds awkward or bad, it probably is.