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on 12 August 2013
You might have noticed it if you're having a problem with your colon. As a doctor (recently struck off) I tell people their colon can be managed with plenty of roughage and a bit of enema work employing a turkey baster and some Cif for All Surfaces. However the semi colon is a very different matter. The Penguin Guide to Punctuation shows one how to use it correctly and also suggests not using it at all* - advice I've heeded in this review. But this is a good, clear guide that will help with your semi colon and your commas and periods. But once again, with my medical hat on, I'd say, if you're in a comma, stay there until the family gathers around your bedside and chats to you. And if you're having a period, you're probably female.
*It may be used in conjunction with a closing bracket for the silly winky face that people use to suggest irony when texting earnest people who are unfamiliar with irony. ;)
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