i before e except after c

People of Earth,
The word “siege” is spelled “siege” and not “seige”. As in “Seige of Savannah” where nearly 40,000 web pages have it spelled wrong, not to mention many books, articles, organization websites, etc. Is it too much to ask to spell this wright? –Respectfully submitted, Daniel Thornton Elliott, Esquire, M.A., R.P.A. (not Elliot). Pet Peeve Number 347a.

LINK TO AMAZON:
http://rcm.amazon.com/e/cm?t=mrsoap-20&o=1&p=12&l=ur1&category=books&banner=0FJJ5N860RNJAV2PXB02&f=ifr

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