If he knows how to use a computer and post something on the internet, he should know how to use spellcheck! Would you hire someone that turned in a resume that looked like that??Give the guy a break, not everyone has the innate ability (due to learning disability or educational opportunity to master the Kings English). I appreciate all of the sportsman in this state, and accept/respect the semi-literate.
If the internet was around when my ancestors (maybe some of yours too, unless you are Native American) were first trying to provide for their family or themselves it would most likely read like that gentlemans post.
A have a cousin who is fine man, union member, tax payer, home owner, and exceptional hunter; however he would be very hard pressed to write "that poor" due to a learning disability.
Please do not lose perspective on our sport our fellow hunters or the future of the way of life we presently enjoy.
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