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Old 10-02-2010, 11:51 AM   #85
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Originally Posted by hamguy View Post
Cuz a HWH heats the water to a higher hot!
I was referring to water heaters, not HWH

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Old 10-03-2010, 10:26 AM   #86
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HWH doesn't heat hot water. Well, maybe in December.

Oh, I ran across another misspelled word. "alot". I don't think it has been mentioned. There is 'a lot' meaning many and there is allot which means 'allocate'!


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I was in the retail furniture business for some time and I use to make signs to put outside the building advertising different products and a lot of the time I would deliberately misspell words to get peoples attention. On one occasion I made a sign that was four feet by eight feet stating ''SPRING CLARANCE SALE''. I deliberately put it on the post holding up a sign that was approximately 20 by 50 feet advertising Newport cigarettes. People would come in telling me that ''You spelled CLEARANCE wrong'' and I told them that they were right and could they please tell me what the ''big sign advertised''....... Not one person could tell what the ''big sign advertised''........ No one......

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Old 10-23-2010, 02:32 PM   #88
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Thank heaven for spell check, I use it all the time. On the other hand "your" and you're" is another example of words that can be confusing to some.
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Old 10-24-2010, 07:05 AM   #89
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No reasons for those to be confusing. However, unless you have a very advanced logical grammatical spell check, it won't catch a word that is spelled correctly, but used wrongly.

I HAVE gone back and read something I wrote and found that in my haste, I had used the wrong your, you're, their, there, or they're.

Most grammatical rules are actually sensible and logical. If you can diagram a sentence (a skill I suspect is no longer taught, except in college grammatical analysis classes), most spelling and grammar becomes a simple exercise.

And I've always said that was the one thing I missed about Bill Clinton. Even his extemporaneous expostulations were diagrammable.

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