Thread: Stating a fact
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Old September 3, 2006, 11:17 PM   #14
Kelly J
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Join Date: April 29, 2006
Location: Blue Springs, MO
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Thank you for all your kind words and comments; it is nice to know that others have had a problem.

One of the major problems I have had is the fact that as a Toolmaker, writing and spelling were not a requirement, all that mattered was whether you could use Math skills proficiently, run the required machinery and make a buck for the boss.

English Lit. Was not a major!

I realized that after I got my computer and started e-mailing people, that the spelling had become an issue, and tried to improve my skills, and to some degree I have but I know I have a long way to go.

I will continue to try and will make the effort to improve, but be advised, I will get in peoples faces that don’t use good manners, when pointing out short falls, as I stated before no one knows my lack of skills better than I, to offer suggestions or to point out, that an error was made is fine, but to imply stupidity just isn’t.
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