Miscellaneous thoughts on politics, people, math, science and other cool (if sometimes frustrating) stuff from somewhere near my favorite coffee shop.
Couldn't you have gone all the way with:"there, their, they're, its awl write know""awl" and "know" are probably stretching it, but using the possessive "its" certainly brings it home for me.I once came across a short essay extolling the benefits of spell-check that used nothing but homonyms...
@jrepka- Love it! The "awl" didn't even occur to me, and I remember pausing to make sure I was using the right form of it's, when I should have chosen the wrong form. I think I've seen that essay too.
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