...it being understood that Seller and Seller's agents make no representations or warranties
pertaining to the fixtures or state of repair of the World or any of its systems.
Childrens Hospital Los Angeles. No apostrophe. Unreal. Would you trust these peopleses with your singular child?The error, for the record, is that they tried to use "childrens" as an adjective to describe their hospital. The word "children" is already plural, however, so if they really wanted to do that it should have been "Children Hospital," which sounds rather strange. In any case, the presence of the "s" can only signify possession, here, but you need an apostrophe for that.
(Update: I wrote to the hospital through its Web site, and a PR person was nice enough to answer. Apparently this question comes up a lot. It seems the error is an old one, and attempts to insert the apostrophe have been rebuffed by staff lawyers in the name of consistency with the articles of incorporation. Still reprehensible, but to my mind not as bad as...He goes on to reference an even more "reprehensible" practice discussed in one of his earlier posts. Let's not go there. He's a bit too much of a crusty curmudgeon for me to parrot his entire rant. But he's Walsh. He's in the slot. I respect him.