• 12-21-2016 Computers do what you tell them to do, not what you want them to do. Except Windows computers. Windows is not that reliable.
    • Keble Bolly-Jocksford
      In that case, why do people tell their computers to do these hideous, outrageous things? Besides, computers don't always do what I tell them to do.
  • Or "alot" instead of the correct "a lot"
    • Keble Bolly-Jocksford
      That's another one that annoys me, Robster.
  • everyone knows that skunks smell nice.
    • Keble Bolly-Jocksford
      Actually, I haven't the foggiest idea what they smell like. There aren't any skunks in my neck of the woods. Lol:)
  • Cool idea! Automatic grammar Nazi. Nice! :-)
  • Think about what you're asking for. If computers let go a stinky one every time someone failed to use spell-check our air quality would be so polluted that even birds couldn't fly. ; )
    • Keble Bolly-Jocksford
      Good point, Ice man, but think of it in a positive light. If there was such a feature it would soon put a stop to all that hideous mangling of the English language that drives most of us bonkers, wouldn't it? That is the general idea.
  • because they actually have more of a life then people who worry if words are mispellled.
    • Keble Bolly-Jocksford
      Then people who worry if words are misspelled what? What about them? Could you finish your sentence, please? If you don't, how the heck are people supposed to know what you are talking about?

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