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Jan 18, 2011
I'm not sure why some of the posters on here always assume those who misspell words to be foreign. The misconception that people who are not natural English speakers spell poorly when using English doesn't make much sense to me. When a person learns a second language, they actually spell extremely well, since they learn/are taught the words at a much later stage in life than their natural language, so they are taught to spell correctly. The only instances of bad grammar seem to arise from word placement and sentence structure, but that's just from the difference between languages. It is my natural assumption when I see somebody misspell something in the comment section that they are a) typing quickly without proofreading or looking at the screen, b) just don't care enough to go back to correct mistakes, or c) a poorly educated American that has been failed by our lackadaisical education system.
Oct 4, 2010
I KNEW TuraSatana was from Finland! Hyvä minä! :D

I agree with x_Tech, red buttons are dangerous. And I kinda feel sorry for the guy in last pane, even if he is just a character in a cartoon... Poor guy. :)
Aug 26, 2010
lmao when saw that last panel.
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Jul 2, 2010
I know this may be off the point, but...
Back to the strip; Never tell them about the "Red Button" unless ALL the safety interlocks are in place. Word!
Jan 22, 2010
Nah. Non native speakers try harder than americans. And even when the accent is bad, grammar is better regularly.
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