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"I'm wondering how many of the exceptions have to do with how much you care? Seriousl…"

Howard S. Dunn replied Feb 2, 2010 to Grammar Delineation: Much, Many, A lot of

4 Feb 8, 2010
Reply by Stephen Moore

"Is Coproatia a country or are Coproatians a people? Or is it both? Where is Corproat…"

Howard S. Dunn replied Jan 22, 2010 to For those that can not stop misspelling the easiest of words

31 Jan 25, 2010
Reply by Michael B. Paulk

"I hate to tell you - but I have seen both 'prolly' and 'ax' used in text based forum…"

Howard S. Dunn replied Jan 22, 2010 to For those that can not stop misspelling the easiest of words

31 Jan 25, 2010
Reply by Michael B. Paulk

"Oh - you are a genius, sir! I have someone in mind ..."

Howard S. Dunn replied Jan 22, 2010 to For those that can not stop misspelling the easiest of words

31 Jan 25, 2010
Reply by Michael B. Paulk

"I before E except after C or when sounded like A as in NEIGHBOR and WEIGH ... or, i…"

Howard S. Dunn replied Jan 22, 2010 to For those that can not stop misspelling the easiest of words

31 Jan 25, 2010
Reply by Michael B. Paulk

"I hate when I'm using a shared computer that is set to make automatic changes and th…"

Howard S. Dunn replied Jan 22, 2010 to For those that can not stop misspelling the easiest of words

31 Jan 25, 2010
Reply by Michael B. Paulk

"Oh - what about prolly (probably), ax (ask), since (sense), moran (moron), etc."

Howard S. Dunn replied Jan 22, 2010 to For those that can not stop misspelling the easiest of words

31 Jan 25, 2010
Reply by Michael B. Paulk

"I had English English teachers at the International School of Geneva I attended from…"

Howard S. Dunn replied Jan 22, 2010 to For those that can not stop misspelling the easiest of words

31 Jan 25, 2010
Reply by Michael B. Paulk

"I am astonished how common it is for our language to be butchered."

Howard S. Dunn replied Jan 22, 2010 to For those that can not stop misspelling the easiest of words

31 Jan 25, 2010
Reply by Michael B. Paulk

" Maybe 'teabagger' will suffice."

Howard S. Dunn replied Jan 11, 2010 to Words that should exist but do not

83 Apr 19, 2010
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