Originally Posted by olllllo
You have a valid point, however, we all come here at least in-part to learn.
The infomation we choose to use or ignore is the same here as in the brewing arena. This thread makes it fun for some of us. I can see where it's not everyone's cup of tea.
For me, personally, I tend to question the knowledge of someone who makes simple grammatical errors in their posts. If someone doesn't know the difference between our and are (this one really bugs me--they aren't even PRONOUNCED the same!) how can they be expected to know the difference between the proper way to do something and the improper way to do something.
Then put are yeast in the fermentation vessel.
Then put our yeast in the fermentation vessel.
If people said this, one using our and the other using are, I would tend to view the one using our as more knowledgeable. Even if this is really not the case. It is strictly a perception thing.
Originally Posted by Yuri_Rage
Sorry, I was mistaken. It's will-AM-it - dammit.
Are you sure it isn't will-AH-mit? That sounds right to me
And remember, capitalization can be important too!
It's the difference between helping your Uncle Jack off a horse and helping your uncle jack off a horse!