First of all, I'm only trying to offer constructive criticism here. The entire comic itself here is great. Adding the word "there" is optional. Secondly, why do you want to know if I'm the same person? Is that a bad thing if I am? Do you have some sort of criticism for this person on Equestria Daily?
Is this a joke? I wasn't referring to your criticism at all. "There" is a perfectly fine word to use.
And for the record, it's not a bad thing if you happen to be the same person from EQD. The person I was referring to told me about the avatar he was using and why it was funny. We were talking about how it fit his comments so well. Sorry for any confusion.
Hey! Thanks, I figured it out. Your the person I was talking to on EQD the other day - your avatar sticks to memory quite well. I'm DavidFlagg ([link]). I think you told me that you chose your avatar to better fit your comments.
Part of me hates doing this, but instead of directly correcting you, I'll show you these pages. [link] [link] [link] / [link]
I've developed a bad habit of wanting to correct everyone's spelling, grammar, and punctuation, but it wouldn't be so much of an issue if people didn't make mistakes so often. I'm not saying you're a bad person, it's just I was raised and educated in a way that I'm cursed with the tendency to get upset when I see mistakes. I'm sorry for rambling on here, I'll stop.
I know what you mean. I was home schooled up until middle school, and 97% of what I learned (as far as I can remember) was grammar. That's why I like to think that it's my strong point. And that's also why I had a small tantrum just now when you spotted a grammatical error in my above comment. That just doesn't happen. I can live with typos from other people, but not mine. I don't know who I am anymore. Thanks for that.
As much as I don't like grammar mistakes, I can't STAND art mistakes. Probably because I have so much respect for art, it's unbearable to see it flawed. I like to think of myself as this one Greek sculptor whose name escapes me. He created a large bass relief masterpiece for a temple of some sorts, and when he was done, he noticed a tiny little detail that was out of place. Knowing that his art was set in stone and therefore permanent, he committed suicide, saying that he'd rather die than live in a world where he knew that somewhere out there was a flawed piece of art. I invite you to top that.