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3-01-2008 @ 11:41AM
"Receive", "dependent"... please check your spelling, it's really not that hard...
3-01-2008 @ 11:48AM
You correct the blogger's spelling, yet misuse the ellipse twice in your post? Don't you feel special now?
3-01-2008 @ 12:13PM
Quote: "Receive", "dependent"More stones in a glass house for you:Commas and end punctuation go inside the quotation marks in a quoted series like you used. Also, don't forget the ellipses on the end has one more ... for the period.Flame-on, flamer ... just expect the same in return.
3-01-2008 @ 12:18PM
Hey, Cedric McTardbaby. "Receive" and "dependent" are spelled correctly.Here are a mnemonic to help you remember."i" before "e" except after "c"and there's no other way to spell dependent.so basically L2 spell
3-01-2008 @ 2:47PM
I'm going to have to come down on all sides of this argument. Yeah, I guess if you're going to criticize someone's spelling, you should also have your grammar in order, but spelling and grammar are two very different things on the internet. Maybe it's just me, but on the internet, spelling stuff incorrectly annoys me, but slightly bad grammar doesn't bother me at all. We're not writing essays here. Let's ALL give everyone a break, yeah?
3-01-2008 @ 3:12PM
Receive is a word I spell incorrectly constantly, and it seems my spellchecker didn't pick it up this time. Thank you!
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