|Subject:||It's "realise" in Canadian English. I'm Canadian|
|Author:||Miranda (Authenticated as Randee15)|
|Date:||June 28, 2005 at 3:40:01 PM|
|Reply to:||She can't help it! by Rosita Quackenbush|
And it's "dyslexic", not "dislexic". EDIT: And where, I'm genuinely curious to know, did Melanie actually say she was dyslexic anyway?
Dyslexia isn't an excuse, btw. Plenty of dyslexics, especially those as old as Melanie, write perfectly well, because they care about their readers enough to make their writing as legible as they can. I've seen many dyslexics online whose writing is indistinguishable form a "normal" person's writing.
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