1. David Krentzlin
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 Anyway those dogmatists will talk down on you, telling you about your utter fail in putting the one and only pragmatic rules to practice. Maybe they'll tell you that you're
 not yet skilled enough to realize that, or that you're Noob and should go and study the pragmatic religion. One day you will be as good as them and you'll start to
 see the only way to be a programmer that's actually worth of being part of their elite circle. I've seen this, I've seen them for example on the IRC in channels
-like #RubyOnRails. And they spread their word unreflected intimidating newcomers or people that just want to talk about their ideas. Thus possibly missing valuable information.
+like #RubyOnRails. And they spread their word, unreflected, intimidating newcomers or people that just want to talk about their ideas. Thus possibly missing valuable information.
 That's certainly not pragmatic. What they sacrifice here is their opportunity to learn from others, just because they're trapped in their pragmatic tar pit.
 
 Let me continue with two more statements I want to yell at you:
 
 <p class="statement">"Heck! If it is fun I sometimes don't care if it's usable at all"</p>
 
-For me programming is a creative act and sometimes I don't really know where I and up. I'm in the flow
+For me programming is a creative act and sometimes I don't really know where I'll end up. I'm in the flow
 and things start to assemble. I can tell you that this is the most fun part.
 
 <p class="statement">"Programming is a form of meditation"</p>
 </strong>
 
 
-Oh and don't be afraid when you realize that you eventually and accidentally find yourself being a true pragmatic programmer.
+Oh, and don't be afraid when you eventually and accidentally find yourself being a true pragmatic programmer.