>Noticed someone used a term that is a pet peeve of mine. Technically,
the
>term "irregardless" is bad grammar. To be grammatically correct, you can
>use: "irregarding" or "regardless".  The "IR" and the "less" cancel each
>other out, kind of a double negative.


Well, its listed in Websters. 

Paul O
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