One might sometimes expect to see proper english being used in a public news article. Sometimes that expectation is met. Most of the time, the writers are trying to print the way they sound, so of course they not being capable of saying two words without slurring them together, write down "wanna." which is not a real word, instead of putting forth minimal effort to write "want to." At least we are not tormented, this time, by the infusion of "you know" three times in every sentence, as if the writer is also a football player. These irritants, along with the improper use of apostrophes (not apostrophe's as an apostrophe cannot possess anything), really are disappointing. They make the writer appear to be the product of a typical backwater Southern rural school system. I swear, if I see "wanna" one more time, I'm "gonna" puke.
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