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I’ve been dealing with trolls, school shootings,  fans, and pedophiles and freaks of all kinds online for 6 years now. None of them piss me off as much as  all the grammar Nazis ..

I Make post after post on all kinds of things SOPA, Bullies, Child Abuse and things i conciser important in the world Like children that are being abused in this country in some of the most horrible ways imaginable and you’re concerned about a typo?

Everyone knows the difference between there, their and they’re. We know the difference between your and you’re. People make fucking mistakes. It seems like some of you just sit there like some kind vulture just waiting to swoop in.

HEY Look at that a mistake posted on the internet Imagine that will ya!

I want these people to understand that they are on the Internet and My posts are not trying out to be Award winning pearls of the internet I am not out to win any awards for my Writing skills. And neither are most people on the net as long as you can follow the meaning even if you have to say to your self (they should have used there and not their) the fact you knew that means you are not having any problem following along with what they MEAN or MEANT to say.

 

SO once again I say this

Sincerely go $@%$# yourselves,

~Liz Vicious~

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Comment by K'Ron Kla'meH on July 14, 2012 at 11:00am

consiser?  Don't you mean consider?   j/k

Grammar isn't really important on a casual medium like the internet has become.  Sure..  it has it's place..  but if there is a typo..  people just need to get over it and focus on the subject matter being discussed and not ab arbitrary set of rules someone decided were appropriate.  Hell 200 years ago, people spelled things however they thought they sounded.  

"I don't see any use in having a uniform and arbitrary way of spelling words. We might as well make all clothes alike and cook all dishes alike. Sameness is tiresome; variety is pleasing. I have a correspondent whose letters are always a refreshment to me, there is such a breezy unfettered originality about his orthography. He always spells Kow with a large K. Now that is just as good as to spell it with a small one. It is better. It gives the imagination a broader field, a wider scope. It suggests to the mind a grand, vague, impressive new kind of a cow."   - Mark Twain

Comment by K'Ron Kla'meH on July 14, 2012 at 10:28am

GRAMM-ARRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!

 - The Grammar Pirate

;)

Comment by Capt Hobo on June 22, 2012 at 6:36pm

i am very glad you speak up on thing you feel need to be put under the light. I know good people who hide .becouse thay can't spell or don't know were to put a    .   or a   '   thats  what spell check is for LOL.

Comment by Captain A. Thompson on June 20, 2012 at 11:09am

These people are not worth your time.

Comment by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) on June 19, 2012 at 3:56am

Easy there, killer.  Some folks just do what they do to rile you up for the sole purpose of throwing you off your game.  (Please, watch the F-bombs, though, 'cause we do have kids 'round these parts.)  Sadly, it's just the nature of the web these days.  Some folks wanna show you that they're "your betters" 'cause they can spell.  That's usually when I write 'em a 'thank you' post but spell their name wrong.

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