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David Ford | Jun 25, 2006 04:40 AM

Hello,

When viewing any particular post, the following is displayed at the bottom of the page:

"You are posting as David Ford. Not you? You better log out."

This is not using correct English grammar. Here is some examples of what I would suggest instead:

1. You are posting as (Chowhound handle). Not you? You'd better log out.

2. You are posting as (Chowhound handle). Not you? You had better log out.

3. You are posting as (Chowhound handle). Is this you? If not, then please log out.

4. You are posting as (Chowhound handle). If this is not you, then please log out.

Get the idea?

Thanks,
David

P.S. For what it's worth, I would go with #4. It seems to have a better flow than the others.

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