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Old 10-18-2019, 11:18 AM   #15
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I hope irregardless was used jokingly...

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Old 10-18-2019, 11:19 AM   #16
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Either very well placed satire or


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Old 10-18-2019, 01:09 PM   #17
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This is one of the few things, if not the only thing, that brings out the “Well actually” in me. People think the art of communication has declined and think that grammar and spelling was better in their generation. It’s not true at all.

People type (write if you prefer) like they speak. I will, however, concede much of the gibberish on here an indictment of the American education system. Trust me when I tell you, the people that need to know proper English, know proper English.

That’s why you see so much of this when people ask about why is my car making a thumpin noise wen I get in second gear at 100 miles ph on a uphill In Maine on a week en when the whether is 34ndegrss. I cant finger it out so,please help!

I should have went to,the dealer and I woul7mhavendid but it was a Sunday and they wasn’t open. What do,I do!


You pretty much get his point. So don’t let it bother you....you’ll cringe yourself to death...
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Old 10-18-2019, 04:07 PM   #18
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This is one of the few things, if not the only thing, that brings out the “Well actually” in me. People think the art of communication has declined and think that grammar and spelling was better in their generation. It’s not true at all.

People type (write if you prefer) like they speak. I will, however, concede much of the gibberish on here an indictment of the American education system. Trust me when I tell you, the people that need to know proper English, know proper English.

That’s why you see so much of this when people ask about why is my car making a thumpin noise wen I get in second gear at 100 miles ph on a uphill In Maine on a week en when the whether is 34ndegrss. I cant finger it out so,please help!

I should have went to,the dealer and I woul7mhavendid but it was a Sunday and they wasn’t open. What do,I do!


You pretty much get his point. So don’t let it bother you....you’ll cringe yourself to death...
I'm willing to let most things go as long as Comic Sans is never used again--that shit needs to be purged from written history. Using those words isn't new, either.
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Old 10-18-2019, 05:55 PM   #19
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I'm willing to let most things go as long as Comic Sans is never used again--that shit needs to be purged from written history. Using those words isn't new, either.
That was a Microsoft thing I think. You’re absolutely right, it’s the eye ball equivalent of fingernails on a chalkboard.
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