My goodness, I didn't know anything about National Punctuation Day until I read that article. And it let me here!Nice place.Malcolm
I came racing over here first thing to wish you a happy National Puctuation Day. Celebrate responsibly.That was a fun article. Keep up the good work.
Hmm, I love finding typos in my own comments after it's too late to fix them...Obviously, the AJC article "led" me "here."M
Happy National Punctuation Day!Or is it "punctuation" day?;)
Just wanted to let you know, your blog makes me happy. I'm glad the wonders of National Punctuation Day have led me here. Actually, "discussion" of NPD in the office led Rachel to lead me here. Props to Rachel.
Awesome! Happy National Punctuation Day!
Way to get recognized, Bethany! You GO, girl! (This IS a national holiday, isn't it?)
The "blog" was mentioned here too: http://www.publishersweekly.com/blog/660000266/post/1160031916.htmlDon't know if someone had already warned you about it :)
"Good" work! I'm "glad" to see your blog is being "recognized"!
Happy "Punctuation" Day! I love your blog! Congrats on the article.
As you seem to be against punctuation isn't it a bit two faced to support national punctuation day.As soeone who does voiceovers I like lots of not strictly necessary punctuation as it serves as my stage directions.Even spurious "quotation" marks indicate a slight variance of tone or emphasis, so important for getting the timing right.Just a small point.
I think this is my new favorite blog.
Ian, of course there are lots of reasons to use punctuation. I'm just trying to have fun. And what gives you the idea that I am against all punctuation? If people stopped using unnecessary quotation marks I'd be poor.
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