Great thread, Derek. I’ve always been a stickler for this sort of thing, believing that spelling and grammar are just as important as the idea that you’re trying to express. If English is not your first language, I’m more than understanding, but if you were raised in an english speaking home and you still can’t spell or use language properly…
You said, “to many rules…”
You should have said, “too many rules…”
Damm Nate that’s TOO or TO or TWO funny!!! Take yur pick.
From The Associated Press Stylebook:
collision-Two objects must be in motion before they can collide. An automobile cannot collide with a utility pole.
Compose means to create or put together.
Comprise means to contain.
Continual means a steady repetition.
Continuous means uninterrupted.