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Old October 15, 2009, 07:12 PM
Fishman Fishman is offline
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Default Re: Can you read this?

Thank you all for your thoughts.

And no, I wasn't refering to the use of jumbled letters as a better means of getting attention or anything else.

I came acrossed it and found it very interesting and just wanted to share.

For me, when I read it, at first I was thrown off guard and was like "what the..?" but then it was like a lightbulb came on and it seemed as though the more I read the easier it became. Not for all the words but for most.

It was so new and odd that it made me laugh out loud uncontrollably.

I was hpiong eyvreynoe esle wulod get the smae ejynonemt. Ha! Ha!

I agree with you Sandy. I prefer correct (or as correct as humanely possible) spelling and grammer. It is frustrating to read something that you want to take the TIME to read and find too many errors and too many tangents. Some I can live with, but too many aren't acceptable.

And for all of you that do like to write and read, I have a quote that I have kept with me for a long time and that I try to follow. It is this "philosophy" that I wish all who are trying to educate at any capacity would follow.

Here it is...

"The Writer does the most, who gives his reader the most knowledge...
...and takes from him the least time...

-Sydney Smith 1771-1845


Once again, thank you all for taking the TIME to read my post.

Fred
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