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scar1et_f1re
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R U Kind?

Re: they're, there, their

#44354 3 years, 1 month ago
with a screen-name like funky 420, I suspect refer-ing my be a subconscious way to say 420 (reefer actually I believe).



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Irrenarzt
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Re: they're, there, their

#44358 3 years, 1 month ago
jaredlang wrote:
Easy theyre cowboy. Just because people overtheir are using the wrong spelling of the word, doesnt mean they don't know what there saying.

Im just kidding. I don't find it as much of a nuissance, as I find it funny. I actually find it funny that someone can own a computer, know how to type, but not know how to spell the simplest of words, or know which words belong in which context.

We are living in the text message generation. I don't see it getting any better.


You spelled "nuisance" wrong hombre

I'm just sayin'
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wlewis
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Re: they're, there, their

#44361 3 years, 1 month ago
well i've got one for ya'll


i spent the last several years typing 30-100 page history research papers, walked out with a 4.0 in my concentrate seminars...

better yet....i am a social studies teacher, i correct essays and long answer questions

yet i may have some of the poorest grammatical and standard english practices known to this message board...

what i'm getting at is this place for SOME OF US...is not a formal experience...we're here loosely chatting about our interests, not spellchecking, not looking for a proof reader...could give 2 shits about something like that

i've got enough 'professional' bullshit i deal with on a regular basis....

what i find ironic is everyone always knows what the person is trying to convey, they are just trying to nitpick
who else is gonna bring you, a broken arrow?
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strangerinboulder
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Re: they're, there, their

#44414 3 years, 1 month ago
wlewis wrote:
well i've got one for ya'll


i spent the last several years typing 30-100 page history research papers, walked out with a 4.0 in my concentrate seminars...

better yet....i am a social studies teacher, i correct essays and long answer questions

yet i may have some of the poorest grammatical and standard english practices known to this message board...

what i'm getting at is this place for SOME OF US...is not a formal experience...we're here loosely chatting about our interests, not spellchecking, not looking for a proof reader...could give 2 shits about something like that

i've got enough 'professional' bullshit i deal with on a regular basis....

what i find ironic is everyone always knows what the person is trying to convey, they are just trying to nitpick



Hey, capitalize those "I's" mister. The nitpicking police are out in full force. The law come to get you , if you don't spell right. Work release for you, my good man.
83msg1sttyme
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Re: they're, there, their

#44538 3 years, 1 month ago
sckools out for summer
If i told ya all that went down,it would burn off both your ears
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wlewis
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Re: they're, there, their

#44539 3 years, 1 month ago
strangerinboulder wrote:
wlewis wrote:
well i've got one for ya'll


i spent the last several years typing 30-100 page history research papers, walked out with a 4.0 in my concentrate seminars...

better yet....i am a social studies teacher, i correct essays and long answer questions

yet i may have some of the poorest grammatical and standard english practices known to this message board...

what i'm getting at is this place for SOME OF US...is not a formal experience...we're here loosely chatting about our interests, not spellchecking, not looking for a proof reader...could give 2 shits about something like that

i've got enough 'professional' bullshit i deal with on a regular basis....

what i find ironic is everyone always knows what the person is trying to convey, they are just trying to nitpick



Hey, capitalize those "I's" mister. The nitpicking police are out in full force. The law come to get you , if you don't spell right. Work release for you, my good man.


ugh....yes mr boulder....
who else is gonna bring you, a broken arrow?
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