- --- In email@example.com, "ingthibault <ingthibault@y...>"
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Stevo <stevolende@y...>"you
> <stevolende@y...> wrote:
> > the list and descriptions to my cdr guy ok?
> > probly wrong correct me if you will
> While I appreciate your contributions to this list (and the others
> crosspost to), I can't understand your total disregard for spellingproblem is I can't type so I get typos.
> and punctuation. Some attention to detail would make your posts so
> much easier to understand.
That's where it started , I also can't punctuate too greatly
I then started noticing people getting uptight about spelling etc.
worst example was some eejit on another list saying somebody
should've used spellcheck on a Guardian article they posted to list
cos all the spelling was English not U.S.
Other thing is that most posts actually are improvised and done
quickly and if they get the message across they serve their purpose
The main thing with correct spelling/grammar/punctuation checking is
to show that the material conveyed is seen as important enough to the
sender for them to be taking their time to check things. Here I
thought things were on a more casual basis, +anyway these things
speak for themselves don't they?
The message you replied to was cut & paste from something I wrote to
the guy I was lending the cds to , written in a hurry after several
pints. I thought it might spark conmversation so I sent it here too.
Np Jefferson Airplane disc2 Ballad of you & me And Pooneil
(Neil in the last word is apparently Fred BTW)