Don't Trust Spell Check
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The quote below, which I found on a blog the other day could be proof that 'Spell Check' needs only the slightest of opportunities to be able to unleash its wicked sense of humour.

"A lot of people seem to be really confused between severing God and serving religion. They are two different things."

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(03-04-2015, 12:21 PM)ambrosial revelation Wrote:  The quote below, which I found on a blog the other day could be proof that 'Spell Check' needs only the slightest of opportunities to be able to unleash its wicked sense of humour.

"A lot of people seem to be really confused between severing God and serving religion. They are two different things."
You have been warmed.

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(03-04-2015, 12:28 PM)rayheinrich Wrote:  
(03-04-2015, 12:21 PM)ambrosial revelation Wrote:  The quote below, which I found on a blog the other day could be proof that 'Spell Check' needs only the slightest of opportunities to be able to unleash its wicked sense of humour.

"A lot of people seem to be really confused between severing God and serving religion. They are two different things."
You have been warmed.

Your sew rite.

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#4
speaking of which, have you ever used the transcribe function on youtube? I can't help thinking computers are trying to express a latent artistic desire to create.

transcribed from Darkplace Interview (youtube):

...nazis wrong it is accused
a so I think probably just % uh
mine busts
John here schism
yet in
do you know special actions used to try not to upset
there well acid
essentially mmm he he did minutes of
a lot that's perjury and T no
in the I'm smashed quietness...
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(03-04-2015, 01:04 PM)shemthepenman Wrote:  speaking of which, have you ever used the transcribe function on youtube? I can't help thinking computers are trying to express a latent artistic desire to create.

transcribed from Darkplace Interview (youtube):

...nazis wrong it is accused
a so I think probably just % uh
mine busts
John here schism
yet in
do you know special actions used to try not to upset
there well acid
essentially mmm he he did minutes of
a lot that's perjury and T no
in the I'm smashed quietness...

Hmmm, I can't help wonder what the Queen would sound like saying something like this...




Yep, you are right, computers are "trying to express a latent artistic desire to create", we should encourage them.
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#6
It could be worse
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#7
Oh my sides hurt!!!
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#8
Hysterical Hysterical

any one know why the is not a suggested replacement for th? duh
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#9
It is own my smell pecker. Ranted it's the last congestion, but it's dare. In dicing odor fur th?:

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In case you were wondering ht, or HT means: "at this time". (Latin)  Funny that. I always thought it meant "Hat this Tine." You know, to keep your pitchfork from getting rusty, or as they say nowadays, put a hat on it.
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