I received an e-mail from a friend of a friend asking for some help. It read in part, Anita says I should ask you sence you have chickens maybe you can tell me what bread of chicken I have. It gots a read beerd and waddles and cone. There fethers are brown with another color on the tale. (sic) Since recieving this missive, I've noticed that everywhere I look I'm seeing poor grammar and misuse of words. Doesn't anyone know the difference between your and you're? There, their and they're? Then and than? The best was an e-mail from the university Communications Director trying to drum up support for the football team, "join us for a rally in the Student Center to cheer the Xxxx's on there road to try and win the championship". Shouldn't that be their road to try to win the championship? (Note; I'm not naming my college out of shear embarrasment.) Typos are understandable but this is just sad.