Maybe This isn’t a Mistake

But it’s a pattern I’ve seen over the years: The word “anymore” belongs in a negative statement. For example, we say,

Nobody does it this way anymore.

So when I see it in a positive construction, it raises a flag:

I think the gal on the left should have said, “Everyone is so angry nowadays, aren’t they?”

What do you think?

PS— “Any more,” two words, is a somewhat different construction that we use for tangible objects, not the passage of time. So we say, “Do we have any more dressing for that turkey?”