It's not age or education level that makes grammar police so picky; it's just their personalities.
It appears that making typos in your personal profile does not significantly harm the impression you make, unless you type your profile wearing ski gloves. One possible exception is if you hope to date a writer or editor, or someone as uptight about language use as I am, but who would want to do that?
Washington Ballots Ask Voters To Pick 'President Of The Untied States': Today's Votes Of Incompetence
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First noticed by Facebook user Han Nguyen and shared over 400 times since Tuesday, Romney's stance on his "Gun Rights" page
I am a communication purist, in that I believe the most important aspect of communication is understanding by the recipient, not precision in its delivery. However, you must ask yourself. How does a signature line serve me? It too is to provide communication. So be careful.
Let's just hope no one took their advice. Via Blame It on the Voices With Summer fast approaching, it makes sense that a
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About 6,500 students in four Methuen schools went home with new menus Tuesday, a day after the original one mistakenly listed
Well, Jenny here probably should have given her line the once-over before clicking "Post." Noticing that then/than slip-up
The word "taint," traditionally used to mean "a trace of bad," is also a slang term for a certain part of the male anatomy
The year is 2345. The man: Don Krasin. Having just saved the planet from certain destruction by diffusing World War 11, he
Here are two images that will give Rupert Murdoch and Robert Thomson a good laugh: after Thursday evening's New York Times