Er, here’s another one of those nonsensical double negatives. The “ir” pretty much negates the “regardless.”
Plus, “irregardless” isn’t even a word, irrespective of one’s linguistical prowess.
So, regardless of how tempting it may be, using “irregardless” is irregular and just plain irritating. It’s irrefutable.
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