Yes, my mother tongue is english. I'm sorry for not typing correctly. To any other person, on any other forum, it seems to be perfectly fine. Also, I'd like to make my complaint with the evidence as follows: btw...(by the way)... I've noticed that no one here actually cares, but I'll do it anyway. Anttech is Online: Posts: 1,216 Perhaps if you asked your questions in English, we might be in a better position to answer! Mech_Engineer Mech_Engineer is Offline: Posts: 71 Quote: Originally Posted by Anttech Perhaps if you asked your questions in English, we might be in a better position to answer! Seriously! That is really annoying, how hard is it to just type a real word?! DaveC426913 DaveC426913 is Offline: Posts: 1,993 Recognitions: Science Advisor Translation (75% confidence): Sorry, I need an alternative application ------------------------------------- [rambling from drug-after-effect] I have not been on the Web in quite some time. I am looking for a program that functions just like Kazaa, but free. I don't know what is commonly used these days. I don't need an answer right away, just email me at email@example.com. [more incomprehensible gibberish]. Punctuation (90% confidence): rofl. [what] tha hell does it matter, man. my point's [made]. berkeman is Offline: Posts: 1,532 Recognitions: Homework Helper Science Advisor Quote: Originally Posted by DoAPoodle also, at the risk of whatever, cause i havent had net in a long time, is there a program exactly like kazaa-lite that's free? if so, this is cause i dunno what's proper n what legit IS these days, i dun need to know right away just email firstname.lastname@example.org...whether it makes a difference or not i dunno so.. coo, TY Sorry, could I please request a translation? I'm always interested in learning new things, but I'm clueless in this thread (CITT). Hep please! EDIT -- I missed seeing Dave's post. Thanks! Mech_Engineer Mech_Engineer is Offline: Posts: 71 Quote: Originally Posted by George Jones What does Ukranian cooking have to do with computers? LOL That's awesome selfAdjoint selfAdjoint is Offline: Posts: 7,427 Perhaps he means "would a medical insurace policy pay off on it"? MeJennifer MeJennifer is Offline: Posts: 124 Quote: Originally Posted by selfAdjoint Perhaps he means "would a medical insurace policy pay off on it"? That is what I was thinking as well. Pengwuino Pengwuino is Online: Posts: 4,061 Recognitions: PF Contributor Honestly... talking about societies ill grammar really doesn't make this a pleasent read when we have to decipher what you're trying to say as well. __________________ Get out of my thread yomamma Read my forums. Yes, I use slang. I use abbreviations, I use different methods of speaking so that I can converse fully and fully explain in detail what I mean. But the posts I receive (recieve?) in return are not only a waste of time, they're crude and completely disrespectful. My complaint is not that I'm mad that no one can understand what I'm trying to say or ask, my complaint is that people continue to insult me by posting their complaints that they don't understand what I'm trying to say or ask. Also, by disrespectful, I am not only referring to the complaints, I'm also referring to the remarks of a mentor, the one who should have stopped this type of thing from happening in the first place. As a member of a forum, I have a right to post my questions: Forum Rules Registration to this forum is free! We do insist that you abide by the rules and policies detailed below. If you agree to the terms, please check the 'I agree' checkbox and press the 'Register' button below. If you would like to cancel the registration, click here to return to the forums index. 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I am here to protest against, delay, or completely stop the negative responses posted by users and even by mentors. These are paying contributors, I am nothing but a forum user seeking answers and other questions, I know life just isn't fair and I know they haven't broken any rules... I also know I'm not going to get special treatment nor do I deserve any... But this is a homework forum. This place is supposed to help others learn and in that case grow as individuals, not to be brought down by others and taught that you can't ask any question for free and expect a highly paid answer... I've been complaining now for what seems like weeks and haven't received much encouragement except another user complaining that he can't find the necessary help either... Is there anything anyone can do to prevent this sort of thing from happening, at all? Out of decency? Respect? Commitment to a site where questions are asked sincerely and the answers are free and also sincere? Not just for me but for any other user experiencing this problem. I'm sorry again for my english, but I don't deserve insulting feedback for a simple question, nor does anyone.