Never did understand why some people were able to be easily upset over small things
Still fail to understand, how spelling can easily be so upsetting, for some . I figure that perhaps it might be because it also causes people to need to try to use a little more “intuition” ?
Intuition is not really something what human are been practicing.People require to have everything “spelled out for them perfectly”.
And yet, they’ll quite happily bumble-on ahead and do blundering stupid stuff, like go right ahead and decide to place the rubbish dumps, right beside a water way
How could it happen?
Well there wasn’t any professional educator around at the time, who’d thought to “carefully spell out” the reasons for why they might be best not to
And hey, everyone has been busily bitching-on about peoples spelling, even all the while they “didn’t bother” to say anything much about human inability to brush up on skill in the use of intuition
Our countries have been run by the real bright sparks, evidently. Mostly you’ll be require to pass exams and most of all show how you’ll have “perfectly great spelling too”,before you’ll ever be likely to be placed in any top jobs.
But no matter if your intuition level, is fairly near comparable to that of a garden pea
Who bother to care about that?
Hell ,even our government are all learned people, most of whom have likely passed exams, and can even all spell very wonderfully too
Not that it had helped matters, that great https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/114984568/census-2018-review-shows-you-could-almost-count-on-census-failure
But oh well, never fear, Rome wasn’t built in a day, and beside at least the “learned“ powers that be, still seem totally able to keep the spelling close to perfect?
So why worry?
Lets not bother to panic or fret or worry “unless” it comes time perhaps we begin to see how someones spelling would start to happen to look a little bit shabby
And while we are at it,lets not forget to pat ourselves on our own back for being so completely brilliant at our art of spelling words correctly