Wednesday, August 14, 2013


That's me.

Judgy, judgy, judgy.


Goober said...

I honestly assume it is some sort of pathological laziness.

RabidAlien said...

My first thought is "publick ejukashun".

Dave H said...

But it has deep roots. Hams have used "u" for "you" in Morse code for decades.

But that was probably out of laziness too.

Stephen said...

As it should be...hell, I know some that can't even spell, four.

Unknown said...

For hams it was both laziness and efficiency
U = ..-
you = -.-- --- ..-

which is significantly different than u vs you (on a keyboard)

U doesn't bug me as much as Prolly - particularly when I hear it in speech. Was there something horribly wrong with probably? Was it worth saving 2 Characters? Is there an L in there anywhere? No - they were in fact Idiots.

Judgy doesn't mean wrong. It usually means calling people on their crap.

Murphy's Law said...

I agree 100%!

MSgt B said...

U R funny!


How about people who write "+1" in a blog comment?

RabidAlien said...

Yeah. +1 whut MSgtB said.

Brad_in_IL said...

Your doing it wrong. You should use 'U' instead of 'you' when ever possible. Using 'U' will make shure theirs no chance u are misunderstood. That data supports my argument. [/snark]


Borepatch said...

You guys are awesome. THe Internet is a marvelous place.