I think it is a "left brain - right brain" thing. Engineers can not
spell well - this one included. If it was not for spell-check people
would have good time with me:)
I am generally pretty creative, but I do have "gaps". I started taking
guitar lessons and this has really helped exercise the left brain. I am
finding my designs come easier and more often. Now if I had the time to
build all this stuff....
Have a great Roadster week everyone!
On Behalf Of MH
Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2008 8:17 AM
To: Gary and Cindy Ault; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: [Roadsters] OT: Spelling
I worked with civil engineers at Black & Veatch for more than twenty
One in particular that I liked working with and whom I respected, once
wrote a "spec" sheet for some motor driven equipment for a water
treatment plant project. He consistently spelled out "moter" numerous
times in the document.
Good thing it was proofread by others before it was published.
Mike Hudson '67 - Stroker / 5 speed
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gary and Cindy Ault" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2008 12:47 AM
Subject: [Roadsters] OT: Spelling
> Sorry. I couldn't help myself.
> Some person has a windshield washer "nosel" for sale on eBay. My
> for whom I have tremendous respect, never got past the 6th grade. His
> spelling was better. How do these people get along in a modern world?
> ("Nosel" wasn't misspelled once; the spelling was consistent
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