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  1. Charlie Fox:

    I personally believe that spell checkers were the doom of newspapers. With computerized spelling verification the editor no longer needed to peruse a story before printing. A story in print often had the wrong word properly spelled; “the steak had a lot of grizzle in it” read one restaurant review. Had I owned the dining establishment I would have insisted on a retraction for saying my gristly steak contained gray hair.

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