Quoting Gabrielle Hamblin:" <blockquote><b>Quoting FroggysMommy:</b>" This. I type fast and I don't butcher words. ... [snip!] ... got removed. So get the hell off my back and go bother someone else. My smurfing spelling has nothing to do with the damn topic."
Educating yourself extends at home and in the real world, not just in the classroom. Bad example. So whether you got kicked out of school or whatever your excuse is.... you can read, can't you? You can read in a topic that it's "finished" not "funished" and go "aha..... I need to correct my lexicon, aka my word bank" and self correct." The world is your classroom. You do not simply learn in the classroom and that is that. You learn at home, in the classroom, while you are driving, when you are at work, when you are talking to your friends, you are learning RIGHT NOW as you are reading. So kicked out of school or not, it's not an excuse.
Also, despite your spelling not having to do with the topic, it does have to do with how others perceive you. If you don't type with intelligence, well.... people are going to think you don't care about the topic or that you are horribly uneducated and tell you to please spell check and grammar check your posts so we can make sense of the jumbled mess of which you write. If you continue not to care, no one is going to respond to the lexiconic-puke you spew on the page.
It's your call.