According to the millennials English represents different when texting and writing. Except there is no difference. Capital letters still present keywords. When texting bold, italics or underlined text represents keywords. Sure anyone who claims to be a lawyer or went to school for being a lawyer would acknowledge these basic writing tips from literature.
Today we found that on /r/legaladvice that is not the case. It is rather sad to witness such horrendous writing skills or reading skills. We are confident that when someone suggests that solutions given would show that the person wants useful information, not information that is considered irrelevant. Again, with Reddit, have to tell them what someone is looking clearly. Why should anyone inform people to use common sense? It is something everyone should be using.
The subreddit is a laughing stock though—if someone is looking for solutions to their issue, then we know a place which would assist them a lot better than going to a content stealing website. Avvo is an adequate place to go whenever need advice for legal issues. Lawyers will also provide free information. However, using Reddit is pathetic they are not intelligent enough to use common sense or basic knowledge in literature.