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Re: Bug in the HTML Validator

From: magick <jasper.magick@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 07 Aug 2006 11:01:44 -0400
To: www-validator@w3.org
Message-id: <44D755D8.9000200@gmail.com>

>
> Reading this forum I am struck by the number of times a "bug in the HTML 
>   Validator" is reported and the number of times what is meant is a 'bug 
> in my understanding of the HTML standards or the english language.'"
It seems there is a "bug" in your understanding of the English 
language.  Since "English" is a proper name, it needs to be 
capitalized.  And also your use of quotes is incorrect in that sentence.
Not understanding the standards of HTML has correlation with not 
understanding the English language.

A lot of your mistakes in what you said is learned by the 3rd grade in 
school.  Such as capitalizing English, and using quotation marks correctly.

I don't even see a correlation between saying someone doesn't understand 
English, and the discussion of HTML  on these mailing lists.  From that 
one sentence you wrote (not witty enough to write more than one 
sentence?), I can see that you understanding of the English language is 
lacking.
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