LearnJobsGroup.com, submitted by Doctor E. When creating webpages on the Internet, remember this helpful tidbit of advice: YOU DON'T NEED TO KNOW ENGLISH IF YOU'RE TRYING TO WRITE IN ENGLISH. The Internet, as a whole, is very forgiving of grievous grammatical errors, and is only concerned with the message you're trying to get across. Taking this to a terribly painful extreme is LearnJobsGroup.com, which I still can't figure out the hellish purpose of.
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What?!? To top off this Ice Cream Sunday of Incomprehension, there's various pages trying to sell general education courseware. That's like taking driving lessons from a blind crippled guy. As far as I can tell, this page is just some Amazon.com site for retards.
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