While it is important to write in a way that allows others to understand, it isn't acceptable to make fun of someone publicly for failing to do so.
Seriously, there were 2 or 3 people who said, politely, that the way bellacullen was writing was difficult to read and requested that she change it. She did. End of story, problem solved.
Making fun of her, particularly after she had corrected the problem in response to those earlier posts, is unwelcoming and kind of mean. I don't think it's appropriate for an etiquette forum, particularly since we all have the option of simply not reading posts or threads that annoy us.
bellacullen, I'm glad that your situation seems to have worked out so far, and I hope it continues to go well. One of the things I have been trying to implement in my own life is really focusing on doing my job well, to the exclusion of worrying about gossip or drama or interpersonal politics. Being able to do that is enormously helpful in all types of situations, but particularly at work. Because I work really hard not to engage in gossip/drama/politics at work, I am better at my job and I have earned the respect and trust of my coworkers.
Ultimately, focusing on gossip and drama and negativity takes effort. Allowing myself to stay upset over things (no matter how legitimately upsetting they are) is exhausting. Sometimes it is necessary to confront that type of behavior and deal with it, but sometimes it's just like wrestling in the mud with a pig -- you both get dirty, and the pig likes it. It can be tricky to figure out the difference between the two, but learning how to let go of things that don't really matter in the end will definitely serve you well.