I agree with you. It always amazes me how bad the writing style, grammar and spelling is on forums that are mainly populated by Americans writing in their native tongue. Even such simple things as switching on the spell checker in their browser apparently eludes most people.
English is a foreign language to me, but I often see native speakers make mistakes that I haven't made since I was in my early teens. Things like their/they're/there and similar errors amaze me.
By the way, how do you make the superscripts and foot notes?
D&D 2/3/3.5 veteran + SmallVille fan => Mutants and Masterminds newbie
If I seem to misunderstand you, please know that English is not my first language and I do not live in the USA but in Europe.
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