Note from footnote 11, on page 15, Southern Co. v. Dauben, Inc., 08-10248 (5th Cir. 4-15-2009).
Though, misspelled words on the Internet are far from rare. See Christopher Rhoads, What Did U $@y? Online Language Finds Its Voice, WALL ST. J., Aug. 23, 2007, at A1 (describing “leetspeak,” a form of online language purposefully utilizing misspellings where “pwn” means “own,” “teh” means “the,” and numbers and symbols replace the letters of a word).
Just as you can put a hat and a pearl necklace on a pig, which remains a pig, the scholarly language and citation do nothing to mitigate this sentence's essential dumbness.
(Thanks to Brandy Karl for the tip.)