Your spelling matches your logic. The price of a barrel of oil is
determined by bidding that takes place at international spot markets,
not by Exxon/Mobil.
Second, over 90% over the world's known oil/gas reserves are owned and
controlled by government-run oil outfits, not Exxon/Mobil.
Uhh huh, yeh right, keep critiquing my spelling, and keep buying from exxon.
You old bastards sound like an old teacher I had with nothing better to do
but point out errors in spelling as opposed to reading the message. The
women had something stuck up her ass such as yourself. As I said before I
actually right and spell very well. But I am typing, and for thoughs such as
yourself grading my spelling I really don't give a damn about typos.
Aside from your pitiful grasp of the English language, you
posts are bereft of logic, as you continue to ignore the valid points
about the oil industry that people have posted.
Meanwhile, just plod along in your own little world, avoiding
Exxon/Mobil if that makes you happy. I, OTOH, will purchase my
gasoline where it's cheapest.
I *tired* to ignore this - and succeeded for a few hours, but... holy
mackerel! It's sitting there, just begging. ;-)
Your last stated sentiment is obvious (spell checker ring a bell? I spell
well, but can't type worth sh*t, & it shows - usually big-time - when I
forget to use my spell checker), but then there's also the syntax. Ex:
quite some imagery in the middle of the paragraph ("...had something stuck
up her ass such as yourself")! Back to spelling... what was "thoughs"
supposed to be? Phonetically, I'm guessing "those", but maybe even "thugs"?
When typos interfere with context/comprehension, there's a real problem.
It's true, if your written or spoken language is a mess, people tend to take
you less seriously. Your above paragraph had a slew of assorted errors -
not easy to ignore when there're so many. That teacher must've had an
absolute field day with your writings. Either that, or more likely, as she
came across each one, perhaps she slid it to the bottom of the pile, hoping
it would somehow magically disappear while she was grading the rest of the
papers! ;-P It's quite possible she was truly a stick-in-the-mud, but I
also have to feel some sympathy for her.
OTOH, you get credit for spelling "critiquing" correctly, using the adverb
"well", the comma after "typing", and... that's about it, really. <eg>
You have potential; use it. ;-P
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