"Its know bg dill to rpr tars in dear ers" Now if you bought a Breakthrough manual and you found a sentence like that, what would you think? HONESTLY? We have suffered a recent epidemic of newcomers using terribly poor grammar, spelling and punctuation (or lack thereof). On top of that we have Twitter jargon and phone texting language thrown in for giggles. To top it off, when some of you are called to task over it, you get even more ignorant stating that we should just answer you without acting as if we're your school teacher. (Lucky for YOU I'm not as you'd be taking the course again next year.) I'm not talking about typo's either. We ALL make typos that we don't recheck and sometimes simple mispelled words are overlooked. That's NOT what I'm referring to. Outside the Current Events and the Taxidermy Industry, the site is a learning tool. If you have a true need for information, then why do you not think you have an equal responsibility to present your question legibly? The site has a "Spell Check" function, but many times a word can be spelled correctly but convey the opposite intent. You may get different answers to your questions simply because different methods work equally well depending on the persons talent and ability. For over 10 years, there's been enough information posted here LEGIBLY to make a library of methods that will save you time and aggravation. You're more than welcome to use it, but don't abuse it by implying those of us who answer you have any responsibility to interpret what you MEANT to type out. You don't have to be a college graduate to enter a post (we have significant proof that never helped some people anyway), but you could type as if you were applying for a job or a loan. If you don't, you get what you deserve.