I totally concur with Clay Smith! Your writing says volumes about you and is often the first and only impression people have of you. If it is sloppy and riddled with typos and grammatical and mechanical errors, it takes away from the message and/or lesson you're trying to get across. That is a shame. You might consider going back and editing and/or have someone look at it and/or translate for you before posting. :)
That being said, I thought your comments were "timely" and effective. I learned quite a bit.