Talk:Scam letter

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:You missed ''your'', ''profesionallism'' and a couple of others. It's defintely in the style of, and making that many mistakes drives me nuts as well - even if it is deliberate. {{User:PuppyOnTheRadio/sig2|1297492386}}
 
:You missed ''your'', ''profesionallism'' and a couple of others. It's defintely in the style of, and making that many mistakes drives me nuts as well - even if it is deliberate. {{User:PuppyOnTheRadio/sig2|1297492386}}
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::I figured it was part of the style. And make fun of my dyslexia why don't you? (I only spelled dyslexia right cuz of spell check, true story.) --{{User:JackOfSpades/sig2}} 06:35, February 12, 2011 (UTC)

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This only bothers me because my brain is hardwired in way that German linguists from the 1940's would enjoy. Anyway, in the centered and bolded section it should be "too good" instead of "to good." I didn't want to change it myself cuz imperfect grammar goes with scam letters. Ok I'm done. Great article by the way. Ok seriously, I'm done now. Jackofspades (talk) 06:29, February 12, 2011 (UTC)

You missed your, profesionallism and a couple of others. It's defintely in the style of, and making that many mistakes drives me nuts as well - even if it is deliberate. Pup 06:33 12 Feb '11
I figured it was part of the style. And make fun of my dyslexia why don't you? (I only spelled dyslexia right cuz of spell check, true story.) --Jackofspades (talk) 06:35, February 12, 2011 (UTC)
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