I came across this while looking at something else. It is written quite funnily. Did you know you might not get hired if your, (not you're) grammar is sloppy? A lot (not alot) of people these days don't think it's (now, is that its or it's?) too (to, two, too) important. But according to this guy, it signifies more than meets the eye. I bet I'm guilty of some of the things he talks about. I think I tend to use commas like shells scattered from a shot gun. I stick them any place I think I'd pause a little bit if speaking. That's not correct, I guess.