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I'm a PHP hobbyist and a habitual skeptic.

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Jan
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awarded  Notable Question
Dec
13
awarded  Yearling
Oct
28
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
11
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
29
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
19
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
14
accepted Opposite word for “cursive”, as related to writing
Jun
13
asked Opposite word for “cursive”, as related to writing
Mar
7
comment What do you call a person who has never done anything wrong in their life?
Umm, wouldn't they be called, "Perfect?"
Dec
23
awarded  Teacher
Dec
21
asked “Nowadays” versus “now days”
Dec
21
comment What’s purportedly wrong with Strunk & White’s “The Elements of Style”?
@TheRaven Interesting that you spend so much time deleting needless words. In my schooling, about 80% or so of my editorial work was adding superfluous wording to meet ridiculous word-count requirements.
Dec
21
comment Is “eachother” correct?
I always try to spell it as "eachother." The only reason I don't is because of the red squiggly underline demanding I spell it correctly. I don't understand how this is any different from "cannot" versus "can not."
Dec
20
comment Usage of “However” instead of “while”
Why do you want to rephrase it? I mean, you could, but what is the reason for wanting to?
Dec
20
comment What is a verb for “illusion”?
Illudes, distorts, befuddles, cons, muddles, fouls, addles, vitiates...
Dec
19
comment “Crack” as a positive noun?
Be careful when saying, "You're a crack user." People might get confused.
Dec
19
answered Is there an English phrase for an inability to actually *leave* already?
Dec
19
answered “Feeding” data or “entering” data: which one is correct?
Dec
19
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
19
accepted Is there a rule for pronouncing “th” at the beginning of a word?