Sorry, I wrote it after I took a few hits of mary jane. Not much, just a few drags, but delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol is known to mess up neurons, and I guess my synapses weren't going the way they suppost to when I was behind the keyboard...
Here, let me explain my marajuana-hazed writing to you all. First, You called me a "Yankie", a word that the British made and called the Rebels during the Revolutionary war. I have never been called this ever before, and the only thing I associate this word with is two things, Baseball and the Revolutionary war. Since I knew that Europeans don't play baseball, I thought it must be a refrence to the Revolutionary war. When I wrote back I called you a "Lobsterback", somthing that the Rebels called the British soldiers during the Revolutionary War, because of their red, pleated coats. I then explained that "Yankie" is acually spelled Y-a-n-k-e-e. The thing about the "late 1700's"? Well, the Revolutionary war was in the late 1700's.
I don't have a clue why I said all that about the time machine, I guess it sounded good at the time. I don't remember why I said the second half of it at all.
Listen, I'm just amazed that I didn't misspell that many words. Hell, even though I smoked, I still had better punctuation than 90% of the slack-jawed fisters on this forum.
Let this be a lesson to you all: DON'T SMOKE AND SURF THE NET! Otherwise, you will be ridiculed by Europeans.