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Well, my friend Leonard with due respect I'll have to go with what the majority says. Well, JJM: it seems that while I was genuinely trying to give rich7 some guidance regarding English writing style, you were intent on something else. Read my initial post again, and then read the first sentence of yours and tell us all that your first post was reasonable and polite. A careful perusal of my posts will display that my suggestions to rich7 were in respect of style, and that at no time did I mention or attempt to quote "rules", spurious or otherwise.

Certainly style is subjective, and my response to rich7's question indicated simply that a certain usage was best avoided; that is obviously my opinion and so is subjective; was your summary dismissal of my suggestion not subjective? My second post made very clear that my recommendation had been in respect of style. Your attitude seems to be that no opinion on this board is acceptable unless it coincides with yours, or at least with current US practice.

I would appreciate any advice from other contributors, and moderators, as to whether this treatment of non-US persons is something which can and should be expected on this forum. I realise that I am part of a small minority, but had not expected such treatment. Since I'm not an American, I'd be interested myself to hear whether this treatment of non-US persons by other non-US persons "is something which can and should be expected on this forum.

Anyway, I apologize unreservedly if Leonard feels offended. There IS a difference between language usage and language style though. The latter tends toward the highly subjective and aesthetic.