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  • doughesson
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    Originally posted by RspctFrmCalgary
    Doesn't surprise me in the least.
    I see errors like that EVERYWHERE!
    In books, on all types of websites, news articles, magazines etc. etc. etc. Drives me INSANE!
    People need to learn how to proofread. Or just read, period.
    Couple years ago,there was a outdoor sports show in Murray Ky,where one attraction for the kids was a "croppy"tank for them to fish from.
    Two days later,appearently after numerous calls,there was an updated ad mentioning their "crappy"tank.
    Since no one would have let the kiddies near that one,the day of the show's start,they finally aired that there was to be a "crappie"tank for fishing.

    Some of the news scrawls across the bottom of the screen for the news reports,whether local or the cable networks can be fun to read as well.You'd think people that make their livings with words and facts would be better schooled in spelling and grammar.
    They expect those of us that fight fires and administer prehospital emergency medical care to know what we are doing.Why shouldn't they be held to the same standard?

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  • needlejockey
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    Deatiled - the act of removing tile?

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  • PattyV
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    You pays me five moneys and i learn you gooderer engrish!

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  • RspctFrmCalgary
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    Doesn't surprise me in the least.

    I see errors like that EVERYWHERE!

    In books, on all types of websites, news articles, magazines etc. etc. etc. Drives me INSANE!

    People need to learn how to proofread. Or just read, period.

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  • MalahatTwo7
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    Thats something I would have expected to see in say Singapore, Thailand or Phillipines where knock-off stuff is just slightly mis-spelled to hide the fact that the stuff will self destruct either on the first washing, if clothing or 10 minutes after you've sailed outside the 200 mile economic zone for electronic gear.

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  • Dave1983
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    What, you havent heard of "deatiled"? Its a new material for boat building. More durable then fiberglass.

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  • lvwrench
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    the wife said

    Like my wife says,"I'll get the magnifying glass and tweezers".

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  • drparasite
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    I guess poor spelling isn't just for kids anymore

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  • Bones42
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    Anyone else notice this ad?

    If they are that "deatiled" about their ads....how "detailed" can they be with their products?
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