Man, I've always been on such a spelling crackdown, you can't imagine how embarassed I am. I was never taught spelling as such, but pride myself thereon. And as for 'Ass-monkey', a guy makes a mistake, sorry for not censoring my every word, but one tiny oversight doesn't warrant an insult. I think it's high time you calm down sonny Jim, I've had about enough of your abuse, so get off your high horse and join the rest of the none-perfect world. Are you such a deity that you think for one tiny littl spelling error, one is rendered unworthy? That would be a sad, sad story..... Oh, and thanks for the pointer.....
|Re: Cover Me With Eggs And Flour And Bake Me For 14 Minutes
by Always Pondering Motives
on 2000-08-25 09:16:46
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There was absolutely no personal affront intended. I was simply mimicking
your "style" (ref: ass-chicken
in your original message). I was simply pointing out the irony
you go on a tirade against someone for poor grammar and you misspell taught.
I can imagine your embarrassment for having a spelling error in your verbal assault
on someone for their grammar, I made a similar mistake and misspelled
For someone who managed to use ass-chicken, f*cking
decipedes, and exoskeletoned b*stards in one "thought" you
seem a little overly offended by a satirical
comment. By the way the "anthropomorphism" comment was also meant in
And you are very welcome for the pointer . . . hopefully you can repay the
favor with some grammar tips sometime . . . together we could probably write
pretty well (or is it good?).
I have to run my 3 limbed dog needs to go use the facilities (the grass actually).
|Re: Re: Cover Me With Eggs And Flour And Bake Me For 14 Minutes
by Tetra Grammaton
on 2000-08-27 22:45:32
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The problem is that you made a snarky reply to the wrong message. If this had been made as a reply to the first reply itself, rather than to the general topic, it would have been clearer. On the other hand, I know that people tend to make all their replies to the general topic, even though they're talking to each other, because it's easier to read.
So basically it's the software's fault.