I could only assume that Mr./Mrs./Ms. Anonymous was using the newest spell checker from MacroHard, being sold and marketed under the name Fun-Netik Spell Chequer.SPELL CHECKER POEMEye halve a spelling chequer
It came with my pea sea
It plainly marques four my revue
Miss steaks eye kin knot sea.
Eye strike a key and type a word
And weight four it two say
Weather eye am wrong oar write
It shows me strait a weigh.
As soon as a mist ache is maid
It nose bee fore two long
And eye can put the error rite
Its rare lea ever wrong.
Eye have run this poem threw it
I am shore your pleased two no
Its letter perfect awl the weigh
My chequer tolled me sew.
....Reasonably priced at $99.95 a week for a free trial version, I decided to download the software. While the relatively fast download was running I was able to take out the trash, walk the dog, mow the lawn and finish reading War and Peace.
....After paying out $325 to have my hard drive replaced, another $45 to my cable company to have my modem recalibrated and $25 for a new Ethernet card, I was finally able to put the Fun-Netik Spell Chequer to the test. First I had to enable the software. The effortless process required only 14 steps using three different Ms Dos macros and restarting my computer after each step. It took only two hours to zip through those steps, however it took another hour to figure out how to get out of Dos. I was ready to go. I typed in a sample sentence: The purpose of a good spell checker is to write legible so people can read what you write without referring to a dictionary.
The purr puss of a spell chequer is two right ledge a bull sew pee pull can reed what yew rite without ree furring too a dick shun nary.I turned the Fun-Netik Spell Chequer off. My typed text had been literally changed into a phonetic passage. This wasn't what I wanted in a spell checking program!
....That first sin tense made me paws. I went back to look at what I rote sew far. It didn't look write.
....I needed to return to the site from which I had downloaded the software to find out what had gone awry. I typed in "useless-phony-downloads.com/you'll-be-sorry" onto my browser and was within fifteen minutes immediately whisked to the website. Poring over the list of available downloads I discovered the answer to my problem. I had clicked on the wrong software package from the menu. I had inadvertently clicked on "Redneck Fun-Netik Spell Chequer, version 0.1."
....I clicked in turn on each of the dozen other spell-checker software packages only to get an error message stating "not available." In small print, which I had enlarge the text to the highest setting and grab a magnifying glass from my desk drawer to read, was a link to MacroHard. Thanks to the miracle of the high speed lines provided by my ISP, within ten minutes I was looking upon their website.
....It soon became evident as I read the announcement at the top of MacroHard's home page. Due to the huge demand and extensive back orders from consumers, they were only producing Redneck Fun-Netik Spell Chequer, version 0.1 until further notice.
I sat back in my chair, stunned at the ramifications of the announcement and the company's policy. It could only mean one thing. Life on the Internet was going change inexplicably, especially in the Blogosphere. The fastest growing demographic of bloggers apparently is comprised of Rednecks and trailer park trash.
Sooner or later you'll be landing on a blog posted by someone belonging to this segment of the blogging population. It behooves you to have a phonetic spell checker of some kind. It's true that when the spell checker is in use, you have to read the text of these bloggers very slowly, but you have to remember, they had to type it the only way they know how - very slowly.
Don't ewe four get too bye won two day. This has bin a pub lick know tis.No.1033