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Robert Plamondon <robert -at- PLAMONDON -dot- COM> wrote:
>Anyway, commas are a lot more free-form than many people would like
>to admit, largely because just about everyone has better things to
>do than think about them on an individual basis. That's almost as
>bad as worrying whether too many sentences in your document start
>with the word "the."
Maybe it's time to recycle my all-time favorite signature file...
(Hint: it looks best in a mono-spaced font)
Kat Nagel LIFE1 (techwriting) katnagel -at- eznet -dot- net
MasterWork LIFE2 (music) PlaynSong -at- aol -dot- com
/| God didn't specify where we should put periods
\'o.O' in relation to quotation marks. He spent his
=(___)= time trying to figure out how to make palm
U trees work and how to keep the lions from
eating all the giraffes. ___________Bill Blinn