i would like to propose that there is a significant difference between bad grammar and creative grammar. correcting mistakes is one thing - enforcing elitist standards is another. i promise you, i am very well versed in english grammar - along with spanish, japanese and swahili. i remember a certain teacher, 10th grade i believe, who would take five points from every paper i turned in that wasn't written in cursive. the only cursive script i use is highly ornate and not practical, so i lost 5 pts per assignment. i still made an 'A'. when i post on forums as tantric persona, i use a different style of capitalization and punctuation than is standard. it's my voice and i've been using it consistently for decades. there are two ways you can input a written text. if you are trying to communicate, you search for meaning. if you are engaged in snark, you compare the text to your preferred standard and judge the writer. i ask you, which is the crime, alternate grammatical styles born of freedom of expression, or sophomoric intellectual elitism?