Maybe you should concern yourself more with your inability to take profits than spelling errors.
Faulkner wasn’t a truly terrible speller, but if you take a look at his original manuscripts there are some definite errors the iconic Southern author wouldn’t have wanted to see in print. Despite setting many of his famous books and short stories in the difficult to spell and pronounce Yoknapatawpha County, Faulkner’s editors confirm that despite their repeated attempts to point out his mistakes, he made spelling errors all through his career.
Some people like to point out spelling and grammar errors to make the other persons argument seem less valid.
What is it ?? Is it a bird......a plane.......no its avi's pie in the sky theory!!!
Avi we have only one rule here, no crack for breaky.
Umm you must have missed it during your deep historical research of IOC but they have a partner, you might of heard of them TOTAL SA. Yup giant company with deep pockets.
Heck you should give them a ring and set up a meeting with their research department and let them know about this stranded gas thingy.
What about Einstein ?
Being bilingual, one could hardly blame Einstein for being a bad speller in English. Yet it wasn’t just in English that Einstein struggled. He also was a pretty bad speller in his native German, and got even worse when he began using English more regularly. Of course, Einstein didn’t make those same errors when it came to writing mathematical equations, a fact that helped to make his name synonymous with genius today.
That ok spelling is like grades in high school or college they a not an indication of intelligence.
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Few writers are so known for their bad spelling as Fitzgerald. How bad, you say? Fitzgerald wasn’t even able to spell the name of one of his closest friends, Hemingway, often misaddressing him in correspondence and papers as “Earnest Hemminway.” The editor of his collected letters called him a “lamentable speller” who struggled with words like “definite” and “criticism.” Still, his poor spelling didn’t seem to do the author any harm, and many of his works are regarded as literary masterpieces today.