Recently, I realized that no matter how hard I try I just can't find myself attracted to a girl who doesn't know how to spell or type. She could be the most attractive girl in the world, but with every "neways", misused their/they're/there and bcuz she would lose me. The thing is, I don't know how to talk about this without coming off like a dick. I want these girls to still like me, but I need them to understand that this is no way to be living their life and if they continue to live their life in this way they are going to lose me forever. There needs to be some sort of intervention for this sort of thing, a reachout program. I would go so far as to say it should be added to the ciriculum in schools. If measures aren't taken to prevent this sort of thing, I may never get laid.
Now, what does this have to do with the Brewers? A lot actually, as Brewed Sports points out top Brewers prospect Brett Lawrie has a blog and in his first post he drifts off into "text speak".
The wbc experience was great tho my role was as the bottom guy on the totem pole.
We r in the middle of minor league training camp. Every day is similar. Am playing second, not catching.
In the grand scheme of crappy writing, these are rather low on the radar but left unchecked this could turn into a serious problem. His writing will get worse and worse to the point that he opens up a twitter account.
"2 for 3 vs loons. woot! jus watched carlos mencia live. to hilarious!!!"
I just don't want to see that happen. I know Brett is Canadian, but I still think there is hope for him. So, Brett if you're reading this right now here is what I'm talking aboot. Spell the whole word and remember that the shift key is your friend. I don't know how they do things at Degrassi, but you're in the big leagues now. You should write like a big leaguer. If you can do that, you're set. We love you.
If you can't? I'm sure the Journal Sentinel could use another beat writer.