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May 10, 2013, 01:46:09 AM
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The epidemic is how people ignore security, experience and skill for price. These 3 things go hand in hand and allow free lancer's price go up. Most people here understand that, but I have a feeling that new people don't. I think people think the lower the price, or even free, is something they are willing to risk. I have to disagree, of course cause I can see the person or people are just setting a lower price to get the job, and do it in maybe an hour or 2. I think we need to start recognizing this as a problem, this will lead to many sites getting attack and hacked. I look at so many sites, that I could easily drain 100's of coins from, of course I do the right thing and notify the admins ASAP, but people aren't that nice like me. I actually want to see sites succeed and bring bitcoins closer to a boarder community. I hope this will help people to go more with experience and skills in the community then just take a greedy price, it will be good for the short term and worst for the long term.

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May 10, 2013, 02:31:28 AM
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When I first read the title, I thought the epidemic was of people who don't know the difference between "their" and "there". But I guess that other thing's pretty bad too.

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May 10, 2013, 02:42:10 AM
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When I first read the title, I thought the epidemic was of people who don't know the difference between "their" and "there". But I guess that other thing's pretty bad too.

LMAO I have an Ivory League education so yeah, don't care but I fixed for you.

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May 10, 2013, 02:54:42 AM
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When I first read the title, I thought the epidemic was of people who don't know the difference between "their" and "there". But I guess that other thing's pretty bad too.

LMAO I have an Ivory League education so yeah, don't care but I fixed for you.

They don't teach they're/there/their in Ivy league colleges?

Or is just that you think a fancy degree excuses intellectual laziness?

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May 10, 2013, 03:16:43 AM
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When I first read the title, I thought the epidemic was of people who don't know the difference between "their" and "there". But I guess that other thing's pretty bad too.

LMAO I have an Ivory League education so yeah, don't care but I fixed for you.

They don't teach they're/there/their in Ivy league colleges?

Or is just that you think a fancy degree excuses intellectual laziness?

LOL neither, but I didn't realize I was being graded, next time just give me the heads up.

P.S Can't troll a troll Wink

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May 11, 2013, 01:23:44 AM
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When I first read the title, I thought the epidemic was of people who don't know the difference between "their" and "there". But I guess that other thing's pretty bad too.

LMAO I have an Ivory League education so yeah, don't care but I fixed for you.

They don't teach they're/there/their in Ivy league colleges?

Or is just that you think a fancy degree excuses intellectual laziness?

LOL neither, but I didn't realize I was being graded, next time just give me the heads up.

P.S Can't troll a troll Wink

Shouldn't their be an period or a exclamation point thingy after the end of the sentence.  Grin
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May 11, 2013, 01:54:12 AM
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When I first read the title, I thought the epidemic was of people who don't know the difference between "their" and "there". But I guess that other thing's pretty bad too.

I've learned a lot more here on the forums, than I did in school. I caught on the language skills from this forum, rather than I did in school.

I've learned the difference of their and there, how to convert btc prices back and forth, multiply and divide, comma's, from here at the forum. I still really do not understand the to vs too. I've looked it up, and it just doesn't register to me how to and when to use to and too in a sentence, I believe I don't understand the "too" part. There is a lot of other stuff I learned from this forum.
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May 11, 2013, 02:01:44 AM
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They don't teach they're/there/their in Ivy league colleges?

Or is just that you think a fancy degree excuses intellectual laziness?

He didn't say he had attended an Ivy League college, he said Ivory League. It's one of the most prestigious school in Africa. They train the best of the best poachers.  


LMAO I have an Ivory League education so yeah, don't care but I fixed for you.

Just kidding gweedo, but I did manage to amuse myself.
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May 11, 2013, 02:03:41 AM
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When I first read the title, I thought the epidemic was of people who don't know the difference between "their" and "there". But I guess that other thing's pretty bad too.

I've learned a lot more here on the forums, than I did in school. I caught on the language skills from this forum, rather than I did in school.

I've learned the difference of their and there, how to convert btc prices back and forth, multiply and divide, comma's, from here at the forum. I still really do not understand the to vs too. I've looked it up, and it just doesn't register to me how to and when to use to and too in a sentence, I believe I don't understand the "too" part. There is a lot of other stuff I learned from this forum.

Your commas are a little off here, just to let you know.

"I've learned a lot more here on the forums, than I did in school. " - no comma before than.  Likewise with the rather.
No apostrophe on the commas.
Too = too many (amount of things).  To = to someone (not referring to an amount).

My apologies--I mark papers for a living, and always believe in being helpful to students.
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May 11, 2013, 02:20:19 AM
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They don't teach they're/there/their in Ivy league colleges?

Or is just that you think a fancy degree excuses intellectual laziness?

He didn't say he had attended an Ivy League college, he said Ivory League. It's one of the most prestigious school in Africa. They train the best of the best poachers.   


LMAO I have an Ivory League education so yeah, don't care but I fixed for you.

Just kidding gweedo, but I did manage to amuse myself.

Now I am little embarrassed. It is cause I am a coder, hey I can spell public, private, new, static, method, class like a boss LOL

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May 11, 2013, 02:26:01 AM
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When I first read the title, I thought the epidemic was of people who don't know the difference between "their" and "there". But I guess that other thing's pretty bad too.

LMAO I have an Ivory League education so yeah, don't care but I fixed for you.

What is an Ivory League education? I have never hears of this Ivory league before?

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May 11, 2013, 02:40:48 AM
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When I first read the title, I thought the epidemic was of people who don't know the difference between "their" and "there". But I guess that other thing's pretty bad too.

I've learned a lot more here on the forums, than I did in school. I caught on the language skills from this forum, rather than I did in school.

I've learned the difference of their and there, how to convert btc prices back and forth, multiply and divide, comma's, from here at the forum. I still really do not understand the to vs too. I've looked it up, and it just doesn't register to me how to and when to use to and too in a sentence, I believe I don't understand the "too" part. There is a lot of other stuff I learned from this forum.

Your commas are a little off here, just to let you know.

"I've learned a lot more here on the forums, than I did in school. " - no comma before than.  Likewise with the rather.
No apostrophe on the commas.
Too = too many (amount of things).  To = to someone (not referring to an amount).

My apologies--I mark papers for a living, and always believe in being helpful to students.

There is more to the to/too thing than that, which makes it even more confusing.

'To' is actually two different words, and 'too' likewise has two meanings (and we are totally leaving out 'two', that's a number so it makes more sense how it is different). There is 'too', which can be 'more than enough', or 'also'. 'To' can be a preposition, or part of a verb.

We are having too much fun. (amount)
We are having fun too. (also)
We are going from here to the store. (preposition, gives direction)
We like to have fun. ('to have' is the action we like)

Then you can put them all into one sentence:

The two of us are going to go to the store and have too much fun too. (This makes sense if the guy you are talking to has expressed his intention to get rowdy at the store.)

I hope that helps you to use these two words correctly too.

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May 11, 2013, 02:41:27 AM
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They don't teach they're/there/their in Ivy league colleges?

Or is just that you think a fancy degree excuses intellectual laziness?

He didn't say he had attended an Ivy League college, he said Ivory League. It's one of the most prestigious school in Africa. They train the best of the best poachers.   


LMAO I have an Ivory League education so yeah, don't care but I fixed for you.

Just kidding gweedo, but I did manage to amuse myself.

Now I am little embarrassed. It is cause I am a coder, hey I can spell public, private, new, static, method, class like a boss LOL

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May 11, 2013, 02:51:07 AM
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@jolonnar & Peter Lambert.

Thank you both, I will try to absorb and remember the schooling above.
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