Punctuation Love, Or, There’s a Mark For That!

Was toddling around and found this old article about punctuation marks that are extremely specific, denote all sorts of useful stuff, but aren't in wide use. My favourite parts include: 9. SARCMARK The SarcMark (short for "sarcasm mark") was invented, copyrighted and trademarked by Paul Sak, and while it hasn't seen widespread use, Sak markets … Continue reading Punctuation Love, Or, There’s a Mark For That!

Well That’s Just Stupid…

Apparently, when we teach people English, we will have to stop referring to homophones just in case they think you're trying to push a gay agenda. Seriously? This is what we've come to? The prefix 'homo' makes people freak out? As if we needed any more evidence that the world is currently tilted on it's freaking … Continue reading Well That’s Just Stupid…