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Posted by: Anonymous [ip:] on November 28, 2008 08:22 AM
If you believe that few people will pay attention to an article that has typos and poor spelling/grammar, I would suggest to you that few people will pay attention to your comment.

"Too much typos which readers won't expect from a article."

That should be "There are too many typos, which readers wouldn't expect from a article."

Even that is incorrect. Many articles contain typos, so readers shouldn't be surprised at all. Some of the world's most intelligent people can't spell, or rush their work. It doesn't make you look big by making somebody else look small. If we would all look for the positive things in life perhaps the world wouldn't be in the pitiful condition it's in.

Just a thought.


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