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        10-26-2011, 07:34 PM
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    Yearling
    I play music on my ipod when im out there and they are use to it so we desided to go with fish and sunlight and stuff thanks for repling!!!
         
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        10-26-2011, 10:18 PM
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    Originally Posted by LovesMyDunnBoy    
    GoldenHorse, I think you were a bit harsh. It was a simple typo, a instead of e, not like she doen't know how tospell it. Future Farmers of America is an agricultural organization.
    It is fine for you to think I was harsh, I'm a Canadian, but I still try and respect America by both taking the time to spell it correctly and give it the capital letter that it deserves. I just find it very sad that anyone has that little respect or care not to check that they can't get something that simple correct.

    We all make mistakes in typing, I get that, but this is something a little different, but hey, that's just me, and I was just saying
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        10-26-2011, 11:00 PM
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    Trained
    Don't want to get into any flame wars, but the old geezer in me wants to remind folks: If you are typing a post and see a red squiggly line under a word, you either have an extensive vocabulary, or you misspelled a word...and my vocabulary isn't the sort that would have made William F. Buckley jealous.
         
        10-27-2011, 09:52 AM
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    Originally Posted by bsms    
    Don't want to get into any flame wars, but the old geezer in me wants to remind folks: If you are typing a post and see a red squiggly line under a word, you either have an extensive vocabulary, or you misspelled a word...and my vocabulary isn't the sort that would have made William F. Buckley jealous.
    bsms, I'm not positive it works in every browser though. I remember the discussion here that not everyone has that underline (I do BTW).
         
        10-27-2011, 12:27 PM
      #15
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    I want to let all the posters to this op's message about spelling. Amarica was based on a rap song that was made fun of in a comedian show afew months ago in America. It hit some funny point and the yonger generation for some reason finds it funny to say it.
    So there is no need to be all noses up I am better than someone else. Its just uncalled for. And if she truly made a mistake spelling it maybe she is dislexic with spelling. I am and sometimes even proof reading doesn't help. So stop being smug to someone you don't know its truly uncalled for.
         
        10-27-2011, 12:52 PM
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    Trained
    On an Internet forum, all we know about each other is what we read, or sometimes see in pictures. I probably spend more time on gun or political forums than here. If someone posts about buying a new Smeth n Wisson, I figure they are drunk or nuts. That may be unfair, but it is also how life works.

    I don't think I've ever criticized anyone's spelling, and I'm not going to start. I use Firefox. It is free, and it has red squiggly lines to tell me I've screwed up - which I do 4-5 times each post. My typing isn't the best. Neither is my spelling.

    But I cringe when I see a thread title like "My harse trots funny". If the poster is not an American - and we have a number of posters who are not - then I figure more power to them! I lived in the Philippines, and I lived in Korea, but I didn't manage to learn more than a half dozen words of either language. I have a lot of respect for someone who manages to learn and post in a different language. They are doing something I cannot.

    But if someone's harse trots funny in Arizona...well, I start to wonder if my opposition to the increase in property taxes is correct. Property taxes fund schools, and...

    Meanwhile, does anyone have any ideas for an experiment that would help HarleyWood out?

    I'm thinking use a heart rate monitor, and play music for the horse at an arena - with and without rider. Does the music get the horse charged up, or does the rider do it because of the rider's response to the music?

    And yes, my browser just caught that I typed "hrose" in the sentence above...now corrected.
         

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