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March 29, 2003


It can be hard being a teacher. I think one of the features of being a teacher is having certain assurance of your own weaknesses. As a part time teacher I am always horribly aware of my own inability to spell. I am terrified that I will write something wrong on the board or misspell something in an exam (or sometimes that I will leave a out). As a side effect, I have this desire to correct other people's spelling (and grammar) sometimes.

Take this protester (source - email from friend - if this is your image, I am happy to acknowledge it...):


Doesn't it look a bit better corrected:


Of course, "Me a Moron" should be "I am a moron" but the assumption here is that this gentleman's grammar will be equivalent to his spelling.

It would be worse if it turns out that he is a teacher :grin

Posted by Ozguru at March 29, 2003 06:00 AM

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I think you left a word out. [Edited]

Posted by: Peskie at April 5, 2005 01:34 AM

I know...

Posted by: Ozguru [TypeKey Profile Page] at April 5, 2005 01:35 AM