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Mark - Unregistered

December 31, 2007 5:09 PM

Excuz me. I thought I was writing on a BLOG for motor racing concerning Formula One, not a essay for some couch potato English literary Professor Mensa want-to-be that though he was grading papers but found himself on the internet instead. Not one direct comment about the content of my post, just coprolite (look it up) about intelligence, spelling and grammar. Does Bob the knib and What if have any experience in motor racing other than watching it on television? Have they ever driven a racecar (wet or dry)? Worked on a racecar? Asked to author and then write a chapter in a published book about his motor racing experiences? When I need an editor, I'll get a professional. Go finish your pint.

Bob the Knib - Unregistered

December 30, 2007 9:33 PM

By the way Brendan,in England,sentences begin with a capital letter! Why I am trying to do myself a favour? I simply want to read a decent debate not the garbage that this forum has degenerated to!

what if - Unregistered

December 30, 2007 9:33 PM

Its English with a capital "E".
Most dyslexics are just thick anyway, why we have so many in this Country than any other Country in Europe is due too our poor education system.
I find the spellings and grammer on most sites to be very poor and typical of what you can expect these days.

Go Bob the knib!!!

Bob the Knib - Unregistered

December 30, 2007 9:30 PM

I always thought ''pop'' was something you drank on a hot summers day! Brendan get real,its called irony,do not take everything you read on this forum as the total truth,that is the whole point or did that pass you by??

Brendan - Unregistered

December 30, 2007 9:24 PM

you dont really do your self any favours having a pop at someones english. someones english has nothing to do with their inteligence or skill, i belive many great song writers are Dyslexic which proves my point.

if u dont agree with what someone says sure pull apart their statement, but finding how many spelling mistakes they have is pathetic and frankly quite sad.

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