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Faith Reaper says
Honestly I just never consciously tried to make sure I didn't make errors in comments not thinking it was that important so I truly am amazed and that the errors are mostly someone else's and many from years ago.
Bill Holland says
More than strange, I think it is disrespectful. If someone is attacking - a comment filled with problems ruins credibility, editing a hate filled comment gives it power that it does not deserve
I did mention it but was pretty much attacked by a couple of hubbers for some reason for even questioning it. I never considered comments a place to edit and it isn't elsewhere online....to my knowledge.
I don't understand it at all and I think my feelings are pretty well-known by now; totally ridiculous and unnecessary.
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Tom Ware says
The great thing about the English language is how versatile it can be. I suppose I use language more in a southern style or perhaps better said, "There is more than one way to skin a cat."
I would never be so rude as you; certainly.
Tom, if you are correcting it, then there should be something more. A 'bit' needs to be added there. The sentence may seem much appealing when you put it as "Aren't you a little bit amazed seeing there are not more errors in comments than there are?"
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John Hansen says
It just always seemed immaterial to me; I never for a second thought it mattered so really I am amazed it is not much worse!