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Re: A few general questions from a Debian newbie

Mark Grieveson wrote:
> tool, has been around forever; so, why do Linux word processors not have
> something that Windows word processors have had since mankind first
> realized the significance of having an opposable digit?

    Problably because Linux programmers and users have evolved to the point
where they realized that the user of such grammer checkers makes one's text
read like it was written by a machine.  :P

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