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From: "Barbara" <>
Subject: Re: Spell-checking emails
Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2006 08:45:12 -0400
Hello John...I expect it was your letter that got the thread going on Spell-checking emails or perhaps it was J. Cooper who is equal to this way of thinking...It is a sad world when we have to pretend that we are better educated than those of us that may speak different languages yet have the same goal in mind and I think it is in very poor taste to point it out on a list. They have a much right to join in and get the help a list offers without being ridiculed on it and chased off.
Thank you David Turnidge and how true for pointing out how the human mind is supposed to work but then some other's might be bull-headed.
Barbara ' Family Genealogist '
----- Original Message ----- From: John To: Sent: Thursday, July 13, 2006 12:29 PM
Subject: Spell-checking emails
This is something that gets me going as well. If it is worth writing to a list, then it is better to do it with some care. Perhaps this way of
writing has come from the use of mobile phones for 'texting' but anyway you look at it, the impression readers are left with is of someone in a hurry or who is perhaps poorly educated and who doesn't know better.
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