Later, I ran across a rant by a fellow blogger. She was adamant if you followed her you must follow certain rules. Having 'manors' was important. So were grammar and spelling. There was one person who pointed out her mistake. I grinned and bookmarked his blog.
I remember a paper I wrote in college. It was early days in the computer era (yeah, old person here!). My English professor was helping me get my paper printed in time for class. I found a typo and let it go. Partly, because I was running out of time. But, I also found it amusing. The paragraph was about boys playing in a sandbox. Instead of cars and trucks, my typo turned it to cards and trucks. Which reminded me of one of my very favorite books, 'The Pushcart War.' I'll review that in 'Tween the Lions, unless I already have!!!!!
Keep an eye out for Letterman!!!!