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Member #202041

Member Since: February 9, 2011

Country: United States

  • Yes, that is some pretty extreme wishful thinking.

  • Disagreed. What you say can be said about most languages.
    The problem in the U.S. is mediocre education and permitted laziness of the student. I went to a private school, and I'm about 30 years old now. I have never had a problem spelling, and quite frankly I am shocked at the spelling troubles of a vast majority of the younger kids that I encounter.
    I'm no grammar nazi, and I am not not excellent at grammar, but spelling is one of those things that is easy to master. Even basic, common words seem to be a problem nowaways. For instance, your vs. you're - It seems that you'd have to be a complete blathering idiot to make such a mistake, yet this error is unbelievably common nowadays.

No public wish lists :(