When someone uses spell OED-oriented spell checkers, set to 'correct all' (or something along those lines) to read documents. One of these days I'm going to compose a document that has sufficient non-OED contents that will be translated by some retarded spell-checker into something either completely unintelligible or at the very least incomprehensible. When I have the time, that is.
It happened, believe it or not. Of course, there's nothing wrong per se with using the OED as a spell-check reference. It is a fairly conservative publication and will ensure that neologisms, even those that have been in use for years—like, 'neophiliac' was actually used in a movie: Someone Like You, years back—aren't accidentally inserted into texts intended to be stolid. Of course, that makes language rather boring—as also happens when using dumb-ass software like the Microsoft® WORD® grammar-checker—but in some instances language is meant to be boring, I suppose.
But when it gets to a stage that one believes the processed result of a run-rampant spell-checker more than one's own common sense and contextual understanding...well, things are going just a tad off-the-rails. When the correspondence in question is, furthermore, of at least partially an 'official' and serious nature, one would think that said common sense would act as a serious reality-checker on the spell-checker.
Yes, or so one would think...