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RE: Linux on PS/2?

> >  That would be correct.  But still, people use the word "is" in a 
> > plural sense, "between" (instead of among) for more than two items, 
> > anyway (proper form) is often lost to the improper anyways, etc.   
> > Thus, definitions and interpretations can sometimes vary from their 
> > intended purpose. 
> Not only that, but the current trend to spell according to 
> sound, ignoring meaning, can really slow down one's 
> comprehension at times, to be polite.   
> Recently, a short thread had a  collection of misspellings 
> that made it downright difficult to understand the third or 
> fourth message, all previous ones quoted. I'm refraining from 
> citing details, because it's hard not to rant, save that 
> there was real confusion among "to", "too", and "two", among 
> other show stoppers. 

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