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06/24/2012

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David Wise

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Chuck

Unfortunately spelling and grammar does reflect a person's academic level. I believe it shouldn't for the pure fact that English is down write illogical. It's stubborn nature that English has gotten to the point that it has and the only real reason it's stayed this way is to show superiority over those who are less educated.

Math is logical. English is an abomination that needs a complete revision.

Here is a satire website that proves this point exactly:
http://www.cracked.com/article_20713_5-reasons-english-language-makes-no-freaking-sense.html/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=fanpage&utm_campaign=new+article&wa_ibsrc=fanpage

In the authors 4th paragraph, he completely discredits the validity of the argument and still tries to finish the article with the point that proper spelling matter.

People who hold onto this belief structure that "spelling matters" have it ass backwards.

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