At first, your numbers sound like you did research; then, you wrote "98% of the $4000 went to salaries." You have to substantiate that; you can't just pull numbers out of your hoo-hah.
You reveal your social status when you don't use the right verbal forms such as adding the s or the ed.
What's this: "This is wrong this system. Has been wrong for a very long time"? and this: "I seen." and these: "proforming so poorly" "you will see a big differences"
No, not nitpicking, not simple typos; it is in fact careless use of the language (and I still want to see where you got those numbers).
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