Prossies making spelling mistakes? mmmm!
With regard your noting my dumb ass spelling mistake, nice one, well spotted, a spelling mistake t'was indeed, sir, and none should be allowed to 'slip through the net'.....ever
I'm curious as to what relevance one's profession/how they earn a living etc has to the presence of a spelling mistake in their writing? It's not clear what your question is, Matty? Obviously a question, not a statement due to punctuating with a question mark, yet there appears to be no question. As head of the grammar police
, I am eager to ascertain as to why, unless linguistically flawless themselves, one would time to draw attention to the small lexical error of someone else.