Eliminate prehating by getting an interracial app for use on the world’s seventh mobile phone

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I quit being a part of the Internet Grammar Patrol more than a decade ago. I figured if people didn’t want to learn how to construct an English sentence, or spell words correctly, or use the proper word, nothing I could do on the Internet would help them. I do wonder, though, when the poor grammar and spelling is in something that should be immaculate.

When I find a good example, I save it for posterity, not that there is, or will be, any posterity for me….

So, following, are three of the best grammar and spelling goofs I found this past week. Click on the images to get a larger version.

This first one from Fry’s Electronics didn’t get off to a good start with its description:

“Toaster Oven featuring double -inchInfrared Light-inch for cooking….”

Sounds futuristic!

As I continued reading, I discovered that it “eliminates prehating.” So that’s why there seems to be so much hate in the world. People are prehating! Eliminate prehating now!

Eliminate prehating

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With all the interracial problems that we seem to be having here in the United States, it looks like 3D Issue at least has the solution to the “interracial part” of your marketing strategy: Branded Apps!

Interracial part of your marketing strategy

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Lastly, I don’t know if I want to be the seventh person….

Six of the world's seven billion people

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Maybe I can eliminate prehating by getting an interracial app for use on the world’s seventh mobile phone….

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12 thoughts on “Eliminate prehating by getting an interracial app for use on the world’s seventh mobile phone

  1. orples

    Some of us care —-really truly, but we hit ‘post comment’ too soon, or in my case can’t see my/our errors until it’s too late. So be easy on us please.. I do love ‘edit’ buttons. 🙂

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    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      I understand completely because I do it myself. Several decades ago I could type 350 words per minute with not a single error. Sadly, I can’t do that anymore even though my brain thinks I can, so I often type away and hit post comment, only to regret what I just did just seconds later……….

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  2. lolabees

    Good finds. I feel the same way about grammar. Things like your/you’re, their/there, etc. kill me. Then I found myself doing the same thing!! The other day I was editing a post and had written one instead of won! I think it’s much easier to do now in the computer world b/c we’re typing much faster than we can write. It still gets me, though, when I see it. 😉

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