I feel that my being perfect in every regard obliges (or is it "obligates"?) me to post.
"I could care less!" is only appropriate if delivered dripping with sarcasm( or is it "sarcazm"?), ...thus signifying to those with a clue that exactly the opposite is in fact the case.
I'm surprised (or am I "surprized"?) that no one has mentioned the grammaration which has become my increasingly infuriating pet peeve.
What it is, is the redundant use of the word "is" as in the first part of this sentence. No one says "My name is, is Bill", or "My Bentley is, is black".
But people in increasing numbers, including supposedly knowledgeable personalities such as news anchors, politicians, advertisers, and the U.S. president, seem quite willing to say "The trouble with that is, is such-and-such".
OK, so maybe these types aren't really "supposed" (as in "believed") to be knowledgable anymore, but In my childhood days it was more or less expected ;-)
I can't (as in "can not") speak for the rest of the world, ...but the "Dumbing of America" continues apace. (...and the "pace" is increasing. )
One hand-basket is never going to suffice.
I believe "can not" is perfectly legit, since I can not-do a great many things , even at the same time.
I can not-jump over the moon at the same time as I can not-dance a minuet. Can't you?
Same goes for "won't". I will not-type a great deal more on this subject. There, done! (... and at record speed, if I do say so myself!).