AFAIC, enough said.
Thankfully, whether one adores or abhors the 2002 7 Series from a visual standpoint, it only takes a few minutes behind the wheel to confirm that the car's basic BMW genes are intact.
ALEX325i said:Ok, I stopped reading after this paragraph:
AFAIC, enough said.
PS: DaveN323i, as you may know, English is NOT my native language, but even I know they misspelled "LUDITE"... For someone who seems to be into grammatical perfection, I thought you should know that... (Needless to say: PLEASE disregard this PS and pardon my ignorance if "LUDDITE" means something else... I really wouldn't know).
ALEX325i said:Well, I'm obviously wrong then. Thanks for enlightening me folks. I've been spelling it wrong all along... I SWEAR I have an English/Portuguese dictionary that spells it LUDITTE though... I guess you can't trust something printed outside the US, huh?
Too bad it's at work. I'd scan the page to show you guys...
Shure, use the dictionary as your scapegoat
In the interest of grammatical perfection, it's spelled "sure".
"Shure" is a microphone company.Builders of the venerable sm57, the mic that's recorded more classic rock guitar solos than you can count.
I always get caught by that. atyclb pointed that out last week, and I still do it
caught me before the edit
:lmao: :lmao: :lmao:
I've seen that many times, and saw it this time around too... I thought it was some kind of Internet Forum "jargon" - I must confess that I would find it RIDICULOUS (Nate, notice that it's spelled R I D I C U L O U S) if it were some kind of jargon. I mean, why spell something so trivial wrong?
...I am going to cry over my horrible spelling ...
I have only gotten that wrong 9 times :tsk:
My spelling is TERRIBLE
oh, I have gotten sure wrong 33 times
I am going to cry over my horrible spelling
(ok, how many wrong in this post?)
That's nothing compared to my gaffe... Dude, I'm gonna have to put up with a LOT of crap because of that one... That's fine though, at least now I know it's spelled LUDDITE... Plus, I don't have a problem "getting out of my own way"...