Not Quite What He Meant
At least, I’m guessing it wasn’t.
I received a message from a group on Facebook that a friend of mine invited me to join. The message came, apparently, from the creator or administrator of the group, who found himself appalled by the fact that some people are discussing topics with the use of profanity.
I’m not sure what points they’re trying to make, but for whatever reason, they apparently seem convinced that the only way to drive their point all the way home is by peppering it with cuss words.
I tend to call that laziness. Or proof that their points have little merit to begin with. But I digress.
In any case, said moderator issued this stern, if thoroughly non-grammatical warning:
“Any post containg fowl language will be deleted. Im all for freedome of speech but if you cant explain your views without using profanity dont post them here. So far only a few people I have seen have been using profanity please stop.”
That’s right: anyone who has anything to say about poultry will have their point of view removed from the page.
Unless he meant to say, “anyone using foul language…” in which case the cuss words, not mentions of our feathered friends, would be deleted.
Not everything can be solved with a simple spell check. It takes a good proofreading, too. This person’s message could certainly have benefitted from one.