Originally Posted by RFC
You're wrong of course.
It's called writing moron.
No, I am neither wrong about you needing a basic education, nor in my usage of the word 'talk'. I refer you to definition #6 from The American Heritage Dictionary. You exhibit the worst combination of ignorance and arrogance, little man.
1)To converse by means of spoken language: We talked for hours. See synonyms at speak.
2)To articulate words: The baby can talk.
3)To imitate the sounds of human speech: The parrot talks.
4)To express one's thoughts or emotions by means of spoken language: talked about the pros and cons of the issue.
5)To convey one's thoughts in a way other than by spoken words: talk with one's hands.
6)To express one's thoughts in writing: Voltaire talks about London in this book.
7)To parley or negotiate with someone: Let's talk before continuing to fight.
8)To spread rumors; gossip: If you do that, people will talk.
9)To allude to something: Are you talking about last week?
10)To consult or confer with someone: I talked with the doctor.
11)To reveal information concerning oneself or others, especially under pressure: Has the prisoner talked?
12)Informal. To be efficacious: Money talks.