<quoted text>No, there is not even a thoery, nothing to back it up but a book, o my, I forgot there is faith.
<quoted text>What is this THOERY ou keep talking about? Is it a cousin to a theory? Bad spelling can make a smart person look dumb.
<quoted text>Just be sure te teachers tell them that mythology is just that ...a myth!
@Wings of a Dove--- You missed the "y" in "you" after you spelled theory in uppercase letters to point out another person's spelling error! The second quote you made has a spelling error as well. Were you trying to say "the teachers"? You said in another post that you spilled coke on your keyboard and that your "H" key was stuck. These arguments are petty and off-topic. The only thing that I find useful is that it proves that we need to spend more money on the fundamental classes and programs in the educational system in the state of Kentucky.<quoted text>"te teachers" Grammar errors can also make stupid people look like dumbasses.
Dear Kentucky Politicians,
During my time on Topix debating the fact that Kentucky does not need to spend tax dollars on bible study electives, I spent more time reading and huffing at grammar and spelling errors as well as reading pages of argumentative posts about other people's grammar and spelling errors. Why are you wasting your time and our tax dollars trying to promote a bible study elective when it is obvious that we need to spend more money and focus on the basics? Math, science, literature, grammar, art, and technology classes need much improvement for Kentucky students to be on par with the rest of the United States. Please do not make it a law to have schools offer completely useless elective classes. I want my children to grow up with the best education possible provided by the tax dollars of every hard-working citizen in the state of Kentucky.