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I'm not one of those people who has a problem with language evolving. I mostly revel in it. But a large part of the evolution is due to ignorance and mistakes in hearing. I don't think there's anything wrong with trying trim some of the branches that develop that way.
-----Original Message----- From: Robert Lauriston
Sure, if enough people make a mistake for long enough, it's no longer
a mistake, and it won't be marked wrong by an English teacher grading
"Layouting" is still a mistake.
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