Tuesday, January 08, 2008


I heard once that if the letters of a word are scrambled, excluding the first and last letter, and all of the proper letters are there, then the average person can still read it. To me this was a very alarming bit of information, because it meant that we'd constantly be reading certain things wrong. Today I'm proved correct, by the continuous presence of the word 'causal' in my sociology textbook, and the complete absence of the word 'casual.'

I'm depely wroired by tihs


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