Haha no need to take it personal, so your grammar isn't great, no big deal, I'm just letting you know it can be difficult to interpret what you're writing. I have heard of the word general, or the phrase "in general", things like that don't apply when the conversation is about something specific, if you've heard of that word? How does that grammar meet my approval? It's still pretty piss poor so I hope you weren't really trying there. Here is how I would correct it: "Maybe you have (or you've) never heard of the phrase "in general". You seem to have a problem with what I wrote, however, I didn't write to you, so I don't understand what your problem is. How does that grammar meet your approval? How much do you get paid to be the web site police?" Now, I'm not going to claim that's 100% grammatically correct as I only took high school English and very little in college, and am not a English professor or author. Luckily I get so handsomely paid by the web site police that I don't need any further source of income! Now that we have the amateur English lesson covered, can you answer my question?