kwannok

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DO PEOPLE NEED ANY VOLUNTEERING SERVICE IN ORDER TO TAKE HE ptcb
 

rxlea

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MiataMike

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I don't even give a damn about the search function. I just don't understand what kind of brain injury one needs to sustain in order to misspell "question" like that. :confused:
 

PharmOl

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He actually put capslock on to type PTCB- haha- and it essentially carried over to the post body. That's just sad.
 

Li0nh3art

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Mercy people LOL
 

chemguy79

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I don't even give a damn about the search function. I just don't understand what kind of brain injury one needs to sustain in order to misspell "question" like that. :confused:
It could possibly be a typo ... *gasp*. Heaven forbid!
 

By3Times1Minus1

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He actually put capslock on to type PTCB- haha- and it essentially carried over to the post body. That's just sad.
but he took off the caps in the body when he retyped "ptcb" :confused:
Take a look at your keyboard and figure out for yourself how likely that is. :rolleyes:
LOL, you win.
 

ShadowRX

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He actually put capslock on to type PTCB- haha- and it essentially carried over to the post body. That's just sad.
He had CAPS on throughout, but hit the Shift key when entering PTCB.

CAPS + Shift = lowercase. Try it out.

But yes, new people trying to get answers - grammar, punctuation, and spelling are all important in life. It's no different for online forums.

I have a high tolerance for foreigners trying to get info, but this is the era of the Internet. English is widespread. Every country has English medium schools that teach English professional grammar, punctuation, and spelling. I'm not expecting every foreign person to have been taught at those type of schools or have easy access to the Internet at home.

OP - That's just ridiculous and lazy on your part.