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For those who do not know, 'Netiquette agrees that ALL CAPS is the equivalent of shouting at the top of your lungs.
sorry. I couldn't resist my grammarian ways since a certain someone didn't respond to me and I know we are are special snowflakes who must express our individuality. look at me !!

i apologize for being a grammar nazi. let the show go on.
I hate grammar nazi's.
theres a new grammer cop in town, and his name is ERIC ! sorry i mean Eric :-)~
Punctuation is on the bottom right of the key board. Generally below the K, L and P. Some of them are also to the right of L a couple spots.

I noticed since I switched to Firefox spell check is enabled and helps me with my spelling when I type on sites like this one.
huked on foniks werked for me!!!
My PC at work stays on caps lock. Its not because I'm shouting at my clients its because the IRS likes it. Why doesn't everyone just use caps all the time. Being PC doesn't expedite anything that's for sure.



Very nice now I know not to buy that.

MIDiscGolfer said:
huked on foniks werked for me!!!
what is caps?
The series of words that form a statement/question are called a sentence. A capital letter at the beginning, with a period at the end. Next week we will discuss paragraphs, run-on sentences, and comma splices. Tune in! LOL!

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