(officer): Seems odd you'd name your ship after a battle you were on the wrong side of.
Captain Reynolds: May have been the losing side. Still not convinced it was the wrong one.
The next best is a leader who is loved and praised.
Next comes the one who is feared.
The worst one is the leader that is despised
The best leaders value their words, and use them sparingly.
When they have accomplished their task,
the people say, “Amazing!
We did it, all by ourselves!”
- Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching
Great response. But what is 1337?
You are obviously not among the elite cognoscenti, conversant with "leet speak" . . . from about 20 years ago . . . Personally I think if people can't be bothered to write at least phonetically, I can't be bothered to decode them, and I ask for translation. Since I have experience working with multi-native-language teams, I am much more accepting of grammatical and spelling errors in English - as long as they sort of make sense in the writer's own language - but I have often needed to double-check exactly what someone meant, after one apparently-minor grammatical item turned out to be a real misunderstanding (and resulting error). (And BTW I stand in awe of people who can do serious technical work in multiple languages, because my non-English abilities are conversational at best.)