Not everyone likes a first draft as the the final draft, that is nothing new or interesting, when we write novels, books, reports, articles, emails, letters, what ever some of us like to use a rough draft. You see nothing ever changed, for real because hey, it was never officially anything or ever was intended to mean anything until it was finalized. This is how society functions with less mistakes then normal. It is why they make dry erase pens. And chalkboard whipers. Typos or edits for further clarification is a tool with less confusing misguided viewing. Perhaps I decided to type something a certain way one time, and a different way for the next and or official time for which is it meant and intended to be officially perceived. That does not mean that the original intent or message is in any way different but only perceived differently eventually or finally understood for what it was originally thought out to teach or share.