Grammar Rules, Pt. III

It’s been a while since we’ve tackled grammar issues, but here’s a grand one to re-baptize us.

So where’s the comma after “one”? You always separate a noun of address from the rest of the sentence with a comma. Always! I guess the people who made this patch and the people in the Lynchings ‘R Us bike club who’d wear it don’t know that. Wonder if a person who knows could get a discount because of the error?!

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~ by MsInklination on November 30, 2011.

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