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A Word, Please: Why punctuation, grammar are important
By June Casagrande February 12, 2012
Some people worry that high tech communications "Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" are bringing down language standards. In a Twitter centric world where people write "some1" in place of "someone," these fears seem valid. But linguists beg to differ. Language, their work has demonstrated again and again, polices itself "Anabolika Definition" according a simple law: the need to be understood. By "a good thing," I mean a system for placing periods and commas relative to quotation marks. And by "toast," I mean falling victim to that annihilator of printed word traditions: the Internet. For decades, American publishing has had some very specific rules on how to handle punctuation that comes next to a closing quotation mark. You know those cheesy online articles that Sustanon 250 Weekly Dosage use questionable tactics to suck you in? Well, they suck me in. Testosterone Enanthate Running I see a headline like "10 Things in Your Kitchen that Are Killing You" or "Five "Anadrol 50" Ways to Retire Now with a Yacht and a Mansion" and chances are I'm clicking the link. I "read" those picture gallery articles that try to convey complex principles of biochemistry through high resolution images of blueberries and pretty women sipping green tea. It just three quarters of a mile from my house and arrives just a half mile from my destination. My route requires me to buy "Oxandrolone Powder India" just four passes a day for a total of $5 only 40% more than the gallon of gas I would otherwise use and it gets me to my destination just 15 minutes later than I could get there by car. For Testosterone Enanthate Liver all these reasons and more, I can imagine "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" why I would hop in my air conditioned, practically new car and miss out on all the foot blistering, deodorant testing, please don fun. I not proud of it, but it who I am. Low waisted jeans come into fashion and I worry I don have the abs to wear them with most tops. Low waisted jeans go out of fashion and I worry I don have the waistline to go back to the midriff cinching styles. A friend gets a new boyfriend and I worry she won have as much time for me. She dumps him and I worry she get too clingy. Here's how we play: I open up a language book to a random page, close my eyes and point. If it's something I didn't know, you get to gloat silently over your morning coffee. If it's something I knew already, you have to send me money. OK? Great. Let's play. The book we'll be using today (and probably every time in the future) is "Garner's Modern American Usage." It's a wonderful book I recommend to everyone and I wish I had written.
By JUNE CASAGRANDE December 13, 2006
I'm not currently in therapy, but if I were, I think one session might go a little something like this. Me: "All the grammar Nazis are driving me nuts. I can't take it anymore." Therapist: "What grammar Nazis?" Me: "The ones I keep finding on the Internet." Therapist: "How do you keep finding them?" Me: "Well, I'm searching for them. I'm googling terms like 'grammar' and 'peeve' and 'makes me grate my teeth' and 'stick an ice pick in my ear.'" Therapist: "Why would you do that?"