Originally Posted by WalshJuice
Dory. Better spell it right if you are going to spend that much time building one. Looks great so far.
"No respect for a man that can only spell a word one way"
Often attributed to Mark Twain, but possibly came from someone else.
"Simplified spelling is alright, but, like chastity, you can carry it to far."
Simplified spelling speech,December 9 1907
"I don't see any use in having a uniform and arbitrary way of spelling. We might as well make all clothes alike and cook all food alike."
Speach at a spelling match, Hartford Coneticut, May 12, 1875
Last two are from Mark Twain, Mark Twain quotations
" A man who builds a boat should be able to call it any damn thing he pleases." Mattman