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D Tibbets
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Post by D Tibbets »

93143 wrote:Uh, Dan? You might want to type a tad more slowly. That, or lay off the sauce...
What is wrong with my previous post? It looks fine to me!


PS: Of course this this is after I edited it.
The point is not whether I should type more carefully and slowly- the results will always be atrocious , but whether I remember to proof read and spell check it afterwords. For instance I only had to change ~ 4-5 erros in this post. :twisted:

[EDIT] make that ~5-6 errors. :oops:

Dan Tibbets
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Giorgio
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Post by Giorgio »

I thought I was making lot of mistakes due to quick typing but you are a serious competitor to my personal record :D

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Post by KitemanSA »

If DNA were as bad at spelling as Dan, we'd all be dead. But we are a lot more forgiving lot, I think. 8)

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Post by Betruger »

KitemanSA wrote:If DNA were as bad at spelling as Dan, we'd all be dead. 8)
:lol:

ladajo
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Post by ladajo »

I guess it is a good thing that I am not writing DNA either.
Sucking at typing is a life long specialty of mine.

:D

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Post by KitemanSA »

Me? I'm a great typoist!
:wink:

D Tibbets
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Post by D Tibbets »

KitemanSA wrote:If DNA were as bad at spelling as Dan, we'd all be dead. But we are a lot more forgiving lot, I think. 8)
Perhaps, or perhaps not...
DNA errors in terms of mutations is what drives evolution. We might all be supermen by now.

Of, if the errors are more along the lines of transcription errors (into mRNA and then proteins) we would be in a Mell of a Hess!
:wink:

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KitemanSA
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Post by KitemanSA »

D Tibbets wrote: Of, if the errors are more along the lines of transcription errors (into mRNA and then proteins) we would be in a Mell of a Hess!
Sorry, the Reverand Spooner has those sewn up!

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