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Just wanted to get a feel about this topic. For the uninitiated, I personally define a 'Grammar Nazi' (henceforth defined as GN, because I am lazy) as a person who replies to a post simply to correct (or deride) someone's bad grammar. From my observations of this and the dozen or so other forums I frequent, there are two main schools of thought about it;
Those that are 'anti-GN' usually say that calling someone out on their grammar is the only way to attack them. They can't refute the content, so they go after the format.
Those that are 'pro-GN' usually say that the presentation is part of the content, and a badly formed message isn't worth reading.
Personally, I'm pro-GN myself, but I won't reply to a message just to criticize a lack of punctuation or capitalization. I believe that in a textual medium such as this, my words are the only thing you have to judge me by, so I take the extra few seconds to correct the mistakes that Firefox catches. Although I have been known to toss out an occasional 'zomg u suck n00b stfu', it's usually for sarcastic effect.
What do you think?
Evil will always win, because Good is dumb.