Yes I know the difference, now ask me if it matters to me when someone uses too or to in the wrong context on a public forum.
I dont make mention of others typos or mistakes, because I make lots of them myself and if I didnt it still wouldnt be important enough to me to try and belittle them. Something tells me alot of people like to just pick and choose who they belittle over typos and spelling mistakes and people they are favorable too or is it to? get a pass.
All I can figure is that at some level I am an auditory person of some sort. :shrug
I may be wrong.
Oops I just made a typo and had to fix it out of fear of retaliatory abuse
1. That the person doesn't take much care with what they are writing. I prefer reading posts that people have clearly take care to create.
2. That the person doesn't care too much about being fully and properly understood. That's the kind of person who believes being understood fully doesn't matter much.
3. That it might indicate that someone isn't very well-educated. This isn't a value judgement, just an observation.
Poorly written posts don't make me dismiss what is being said out of hand, but I certainly appreciate those that are written with greater care and effort.
"The crisis will end when fear changes sides" - Pablo Iglesias Turrión
"Austerity is used as a cover to reconfigure society and increase inequality and injustice." - Jeremy Corbyn
Oh sure! Cuz THAT'S comparable.