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Not a joke about rubbers — 7 Comments

  1. Mediocrity creeping in and seeping down to the next layer. We're seeing it everywhere.

    • I wonder how many mistakes and typos were made during the writing of that article, and would the bold Professor have objected if they hadn't been corrected?

  2. This is just the beginning of the next phase of 'Operation Dumbdown' for the unwashed masses. The first phase was (and still is) the broadcasting of 'reality' shows, talent shows and the general deity of self proclaimed celebrities. I'm only forty-one years of age and I'm already dreading what kind of a world I'll have to endure when (and if) i get to an old age.

    Now if you'll excuse me I'm off to the shop to enjoy my daily dose of nicotine – while it's still legal.

  3. 1st attempt
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    I have atempted via thsi comment to learn form my grammatical m stakes. I take it by this post and the refernenced links thereof, that I will be (virtualy) patted on the back for not giving into using auto-correct to correct all these very recognizab;le mistakes in spelling I'm making.

    2nd attempt
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    I have atempted attempted via thsi this comment to learn form my grammatical m stakes mistakes. I take it by this post and the refernenced referenced links thereof, that I will be (virtualy virtually) patted on the back for not giving into using auto-correct to correct all these very recognizab;le recognizable mistakes in spelling I'm making.

    At least I didn't use and erasur?

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