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Old 03-12-2008, 12:42 AM   #11
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you think thats bad? I read on the back of a pharmaceutical drug bottle yesterday "chocking" instead of the intended 'choking'

CHOCKING?

There was another bad one recently, but I forgot it.
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Originally Posted by John Deere Boy
spelling errors don't bother me on the forum, but grammar errors do.

And people it'* "more than ____", not "more then ____"
NO KIDDING.

But really. We're all adults here...or at least most of us...well...maybe the only adult thing about some of you is your biological age...but anyways, I don't see the big deal with using your mind and exercising some very simple spelling and grammar. Don't know how to spell something? Well look it up, learn something new!

Some people use the excuse, "...but its only the internet, I don't have to be grammatically correct!" Some people honestly need to take a critical third party view at their own writing and realize how hard it is to read GIBBERISH!
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