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exo-spellchecker

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Whilst trying to spell "commemorate" I decided my bad spelling is not my problem, it's your problem.

So, I am going to deploy the NMRM exo-spell checker, (which you just installed by clicking on the "exo-spell checker" link) , via a cunning trojan that inserts it onto everyone else's computer, it will recognise my IP address and instantly correct my spelling on your machine.

In that whey I can stil tipe like crap, but no wun will ever no it.

See, it's working already...

not_morrison_rm, Jan 12 2014

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       We seem to have downloaded the wrong version … the spelling is correct, but the content is nothing but bizarre surreal gibberish with no rational meaning. Then again, it's consistent with all your other posts …
8th of 7, Jan 12 2014
  

       Spellchucker?   

       That'll be the bug on version 1.1..if you press Alt+F2 while standing on one leg, it should correct itself.
not_morrison_rm, Jan 12 2014
  

       in version 2, it can be expanded so opinion posts automatically agree with the opinions of the one reading it
technobadger, Jan 13 2014
  

       //Version 2   

       That's ALT + F3 with one finger in your right ear. A bit of a stretch on the keyboard, but thems the breaks.   

       It was easier than the CTRL + delete + imagining the smell of cheese under a grill, the neural implant spikes tended to put people off.
not_morrison_rm, Jan 13 2014
  

       Really ? Any idea why ?
8th of 7, Jan 13 2014
  

       Can't imagine why...I mean like, the 3 foot metal spikes wouldn't be that inconvenient, not that many low ceilings these days...
not_morrison_rm, Jan 14 2014
  
      
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