Originally Posted by drewmac
I agree with Andrew. It is refreshing (and becoming rare) to find merchants and "business people" of the internet age that actually use the "Kings English" in their written communication.
While most folks speak, converse in forums, and write personal email in casual vernacular, I have always felt that business writings should be in complete and correct sentences.
SWMBO calls me an "Anal Bastard", but I also get "wound up" with those that don't know the difference between there, their, and they're . . . or use insure in place of ensure . . . or don't know the difference between affect and effect . . .
Well, maybe I am an Anal Bastard . . .
(Yes Officer, they're the ones standing over there next to their car! You may want to ensure that they are insured. What is bourbon's effect, and how did it affect them?)
Brad - OGA
You must be willing to do the things today others won't do . . .
In order to have the things tomorrow others won't have. - Les Brown