RE: [mythsoc] OT That Panda punchline book
>I will have to go back and look at the dedication. I did read all theYes, it is hard to read straight through. I have read the chapters on colons
>beginning stuff: the foreword, introduction, whatever it had. There was
>quite a bit. I thought it was so funny at first, but as I read on (I am up
>to the hyphen section now), there has been more and more of little things
>that I found irritating. Could be me. Could be that this is one of those
>books best read in small bits, for example, in the bathroom. I'm reading
>it straight through, like a novel. It's funny, but insofar as the long
>haul is concerned, CQY's Saint-Germain is more satisfying.
>It's still a nifto thing to be on the summertime best-seller lists. Good
>for us all, like cod liver oil or something.
>Elizabeth Apgar Triano
>amor vincit omnia
and semicolons, since that interested me, and found it interesting and
helpful. I am a stickler for things like that. I like using colons and
semicolons, but find that most people don't like them and shrink from them.
Oh, well. Good book anyway.
�An artist without ideas is a mendicant; barren, he goes begging among the
�-The Agony and the Ecstasy, Irving Stone
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