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I was the only one with any hobbies and I had every hobby there was... I could have given everyone a hobby and still had 40 or 50 to take home.
Cormac Mc Carthy It's perfectly obvious that there is some genetic factor that distinguishes humans from other animals and that it is language-specific.
But that guy and the guy who says “you’re house” instead of “your house” a couple of times are totally different. The former is not smart, the latter could be if you give ’em a shot. If the mistakes are chronic enough to suggest unintelligence, then by all means, let that person go on their way.
But sometimes in internet dating, you can get a lot further by giving someone a second shot.
Helen Mirren My first professional acting job was on ' Boss'.
My first acting job was basically my first acting class.
Also, I got a chance to work with a living legend, Kelsey Grammar - that gave me hands on experience.
In my upcoming book, , I clearly state the following: "Use spell check to check your spelling and grammar before pushing the send button on an email or important correspondence. These digital disasters happen more frequently than not, but should the recipient correct your spelling and grammar in their reply?
However don't correct someone's spelling unless they've asked for a critique." It makes sense, doesn't it? If you were writing to a potential investor or employer and you noticed a typo in their business plan or in a job description on Linked In, would you bring it to their attention? I say "no." When you add matters of the heart to the equation the emotions get magnified, often to the point of no return.
If the name of the worst organization in the history of the world is required to explain your devotion to a cause, it might be time to consider a few changes. I mean, what is that guy’s idea of a perfect first date? What’s more important to you as a dater: proofreading or chemistry?
Getting filet o’ fish sandwiches and watching with the volume turned up all the way? If you meet someone you find otherwise keen, does it really make sense to disqualify them based solely on a few errant key strokes? You have not won some great victory in the name of grammar and academia everywhere, you’ve just crossed somebody off your list.