So on and so forth. The article gave handy descriptions of the differences and similarities as well as the author's opinion on weather or not the difference was still valid enough to bother correcting for in this day and age. Over all the article was a nice read, easy on the brain and educational enough not to tripe the 'wasting time on the internet' guilt-o-meter. As always I felt a sense of slight awe and respect. Once my dyslexia really kicks in there is no way I am going to remember that sort of stuff. Still that is what dictionaries are for.