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8-25-2009 @ 2:11PM
the gates of gilneas were different in the video.. and hey.. i did the peak through the hole thing too.. and swam around that place just to see if there's any easter eggs.. sorry.. none lol..
and yeah.. me and my guildies are doing all the instances.. and capture em on fraps.. so imagine how many 1TB external harddisk i'll be needing.. ROFLOLMAO..
8-25-2009 @ 2:27PM
There are more punctuation marks.. in english.. than just ellipses..there's the period.. and the semicolon.. you can also use en..dashes to separate thoughts in a sentence..
8-25-2009 @ 2:51PM
@Gnosh: Rofl. Win. Punctuation is too often overlooked in internet text; it drives me ... insane. (Pun intended.)
8-25-2009 @ 2:55PM
So there are rules regarding the use of dots when posting comments? Well I'll do as you please from now on.
8-25-2009 @ 3:08PM
"So there are rules regarding the use of dots when posting comments?"Yes. USE MORE DOTS!... then stop DOTs.
8-26-2009 @ 2:49AM
Honestly It Looks As Silly As People Who Capitalize Every First Letter Of Every Word In Every Sentence. Since you're trying to convey an idea, you would be far better off following some basic standards. You'll hit a far larger audience that way, thus increasing the chance that your idea is accepted and understood rather than tossed to the side.Think about it this way- As we read your post we are basically "listening" to it in our head. Lots of people associate "..." with a nervous sigh or prolonged "note", if you will, at the end of a statement. Akin to listening to someone sickly, terribly bored, or disgusted talk about something. That may not be what you're trying to convey, but a lot of people will take it that way and thus the overall idea you're trying to get across is changed.That's just my two copper on etiquette of communicating via text.
8-26-2009 @ 5:54AM
@ROFLPandaYou missed a space before the dash in your post.The comma after "note" isn't required - you only need commas after things in quotes if the quotes signify someone speaking. The sentence would read much better if it was:"Lots of people associate "..." with a nervous sigh or, prolonged "note" if you will, at the end of a statement."F+ ... Click!
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