2.) so far you have proven incapable because i use facts and or logic and you have not
3.) your knowledge was factual wrong
4.) wrong again, i wasnt stupid enough to believe your lie, inability to recognize the truth and or your lack of education on this specific topic pick one
5.) i will carry on, carry on being right
if you disagree by all means PLEASE "factually" prove otherwise. Your information you provide was wrong. But its very funny watching you continue to lie about it and trying to save face after making such a mistake.
Furthermore, it should be remembered that the internet is an international venue, irrespective of where the server may be located, so the conventions of US society do not rule this, or any other, international discussion board.
I hate the idea of causes, and if I had to choose between betraying my country and betraying my friend, I hope I should have the guts to betray my country. E.M. Forster
In this case it was a double failure, the correction/deflection to spelling was also wrong, there was no misspelling and now the ability of the poster is even more exposed.
Some people can just simply admit being wrong, or misspeaking etc etc. it shows their integrity and maturity. Some can not
I've got the world's smallest violin, and it's playing just for you, bud.
Agent J is American. We're taught American Standard English in this country. In American English, we spell it "gray."
I have nothing against the British standard, or the Canadian standard (yes, it exists), but be consistent. If you're going to write in the British style, go all-out. Write "aeroplane" rather than "airplane." Write "tyre" rather than "tire." Write "energise" rather than "energize."
Had Agent J attended an American university, it's likely he would be marked down for using "grey" rather than the American "gray."