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Immortal Poor Grammar & Spelling

Immortal Poor Grammar & Spelling

Immortal Poor Grammar & Spelling

When one posts on the internet in a forum, newsgroup or even email one should realize that the message will live on, long after one ceases to exist. Good or bad, you written word become immortal.

I just did a quite search and found postings that I produced over a decade ago.

RE: Immortal Poor Grammar & Spelling

Do you still agree with your 10 year old opinions?  I would expect that the greatest fear of immortal opinions is that you can still be judged for those opinions at current day value.  Imagine if you were debating the infallibility of Martha Stewart or the fact that OJ Simpson was a heck of a stand-up guy (examples only!).  10 years ago I would have been debating whether Soundgarden was better than Faith No More; I was 21.

RE: Immortal Poor Grammar & Spelling

I have looked at some of my old post and no, I do not currently agree with every post. I, however, do agree with more than 99% of them. I am just slightly bullheaded, so say my wife. I am somewhat embarrassed by my "fat finger syndrome problem," i.e. poor spelling.

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