Tweeting was insufficient for this train of thought.

As the name implies, I had planned on Tweeting about America’s lack of proper grammar, but I quickly realized I would require more than one-hundred and forty characters to properly voice my opinion on this subject.

I was searching Youtube for the Electric City series (More on that later), and was typing the name of the episode I desired to watch to see several videos with the same name, but uncapitalized letters where capitalization was required. I instantly thought to myself, “What’s going on here? The letters are capitalized to imply the importance of the word, and that the series of words is part of a title.” This seems to not matter to today’s uploaders. I will strive for the entirety of my blogging to keep the most accurate punctuation possible. And if for any reason at all I fail in this endeavor, I will do my best to rectify it. It’s not because I had a demanding English and Grammar teacher, either. (There’s that Capitalization again)

It’s because I, personally, feel that structured chaos is necessary. Chaos is inevitable, but we should do our best to counter that or at least leave space for chaos to thrive, by structuring what little we do have control over. Proper grammar is perhaps the only structure, the only law, the only order that I’ve ever respected, and it infuriates me to no end to see it botched so passingly, as though it has no place in this world. If you’re dyslexic, I’m not talking to you, my girlfriend has that problem, and I forgive her for her shitty grammar, but all those people out there who type like fucking idiots just because you’re too lazy to spell out an entire word, make use of a backspace, or were simply too uninterested to learn how to read and write properly… Well needless to say, though I will anyway, I want beat you to death over the course of twelve day’s. Each day I will purchase a grammar textbook from grade levels one through twelve, and pummel you to death using said text book. I wouldn’t be surprised if you didn’t make it the entire twelve day’s though. You lazy assholes probably won’t make it past fifth grade I imagine…

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