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Punctuation Marks

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Punctuation Marks

Occasionally when reading the forum I see various punctuation marks, particularly full stops where I know they shouldn't be.

 

A quick wipe over of the monitor screen with a damp cloth removes most of them.

 

Maybe I shouldn't have working lunches.

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Re: Punctuation Marks

@Strat

Do you mean working lunches or liquid lunches ?

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Re: Punctuation Marks

That reminds me, must clean this screen, took my laptop apart yesterday morning and forgot to clean the screen while I was reattaching the power socket and removing dust from various crevices inside the laptop... Grin

Champnet
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Re: Punctuation Marks

I've often though that modern keyboards must be missing the apostrophe.

 

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Re: Punctuation Marks

Yeah i have the same thing @Strat i just learnt to live with it. I clean the screen once a year and that's that for me.

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Re: Punctuation Marks

Did you know punctuations is a racist word, as is fluctuations. You might get a reply, either a good punct back, or verbal, "fluctuenglish too".Crazy3

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Re: Punctuation Marks


@Strat wrote:

Occasionally when reading the forum I see various punctuation marks, particularly full stops where I know they shouldn't be.

 

A quick wipe over of the monitor screen with a damp cloth removes most of them.


 

 

Shudda gone to Specsavers !  Cool