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Date:         Mon, 27 Dec 2004 15:54:20 -0800
Reply-To:     jbange <hfinn@INGRATES.NET>
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From:         jbange <hfinn@INGRATES.NET>
Subject:      Re: "Buyer BE Weir" of Go Westy Thick Skylight's / tearing your
              roof all to p...
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>ps, trev i am sorry the spell check didnt make it out before christmas..

Heh. Funny thing is, it almost looks like he DID deliver that spell checker. All those misspelled words are actual words you'll find in the dictionary. A "weir" is a small dam, "lode" is ore-bearing minerals, etc. The words all sound right-- they're just the wrong word. His message serves as a good warning to those who think spell checkers are a panacea.

> > > > Yes you are right skylight are designed to brake under lode > > And if to much lode is placed on them thy will brake > > The GO WESTY THICK SKYLIGHT"S will not brake exceeding > > The lode factor thus tearing your roof all to peaces > > > > "Buyer BE Weir"

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