Well, we are a bunch of motley crew and VERY human.
I have mild dystolexia that actually shows up more in my mother tongue than in English. When I was at the school if you had this condition you were considered lazy or dumb. School can be hard if other students try their best to tease and ridicule you and teacher joins in. I pretty much ignored all of them, and that is probably the only hadicap I have. I have learned pretty much ignore message that I perceive as an insult.
Then again when I working near Chester/UK most of the fellows were very joyfull and their language was colorful acordingly. I miss those times and their expressions cracked me up all the time an I might have picked up few of myself. Some were pretty dry on their humour, some had all the fireworks and then started carpet bombing. Still enjoy reading the posts of British writers, althoug here everyone on very PC.
Spell checkers are made for normal people, they do help enourmosly if you can write almost right. But if you are wired a little different they are really frustrating to fight against to. Yes, they seem to work against you instead of helping you, like a go driver that is yelling at you all the way.
I like this forum, because here you can find and educated/experienced opinion on lot of stuff.