From: Guy Steele (Guy.Steele@Sun.COM)
Date: Thu Jun 01 2006 - 16:34:27 CDT
On Jun 1, 2006, at 5:19 PM, philip chastney wrote:
> --- Guy Steele <Guy.Steele@sun.com> wrote:
>> I might have found your missive somewhat easier to read
>> had you
>> taken the trouble to delimit the starts and ends of your
>> in conventional fashion. You did succeed in
>> but only because I chose to expend the extra effort
>> to compensate for your lack of effort. Next time I may
>> not bother.
>> You may not care. You have a choice.
> I am sorry if I caused you extra effort.
> I notice that people construct their sentences differently
> when talking and when writing formally. I was trying to
> emulate the flow of speech, in print. "With excessive
> punctuation, a formal feeling comes", as Emily Dickinson
> might have said, which isn't always what's wanted.
> regards . . . /phil
ok then fine thanks for the nice reply i think we have a
good understanding of each other now :-) and i wont
try to tell you right now what my wife said her friend
and her husband said Tom Hanks said
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