No it's not, it's information. Make of it what you will but it's not "words that make no sense" (Concise Oxford English Dictionary).
Always good to have a pedant to point out the mistakes of others on a forum like this. One only hopes that the individual concerned has faultless English him or herself and never falls prey to slight errors of grammar or vocabulary. For example, someone who would know what was wrong with this phrase:
Oh, the "joy" of it all for we 11+ parents!
and would know that the abbreviation DC, when used in the plural, doesn't need an 's' as the word 'children' is always a plural; and that using upper case letters in a word like SAME implies shouting rather than emphasis- yes, someone who knew these things would be in a great position to correct others. But there is always the chance that they would be too polite to do so, particularly when colloquial use is reflected and perfectly well understood in what others have said.