re: when all else fails
However, you are a rare case in that you presented your opinion without extreme emotion, and your grammar and spelling appear to be above average (I say "appear"because I'm not an expert writer, but I know my skills are above average, at least for this area).
But in my experience, the vast majority of those whose posts are riddled with errors generally fail to provide logical reasoning for why they believe what they believe; they tend to go with an emotion without ever really doing any critical thinking about the matter at hand. Granted, this is hardly a scientific, statistically-validated fact, but there appears to be a correllation in my experience. And in the absence of any overwhelmingly convincing evidence of the validity of an argument, the way in which it presented can tip the scales one way or the other. So, all other things being equal, I would go with the well-written statement, wouldn't you?
And finally, they tend to drive in the left lane, impeding traffic with their stubborn, selfish belief that they should be able to do whatever they damn well please! Oh, and they don't bother using those pesky turn signals either, because hey, they know where they're going, so screw everybody else! Haha. That was a joke, but would you idiots who insist on hogging the left lane please get the hell out of the way? Please? Just get your stubborn, defiant head out of your ass and move over. And another thing: turn on your damn headlights when it's cloudy, raining, snowing, etc. It helps others see you and gauge your distance better, which translates into a safer driving experience. It's also the law. But I don't really give a rat's ass about that; I just care that it's the smart and considerate thing to do. Thank you.
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