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robertcforest

Joined: December 12, 2010  (email not validated)
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I think the answer is yes. They are different. Next question, please.

Robert Forest December 27, 2010, 12:38pm

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I wholeheartedly and fundamentally disagree with you. There is zero reason to do so. ZERO. It's understood.

Robert Forest December 16, 2010, 11:33pm

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Make it it's own line with no subsequent text adjacent to it.

Robert Forest December 16, 2010, 6:48pm

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"There will be now words said after the response. No confusion will be had. It’s understood as what it is."

Oops ... sorry "no words".

Robert Forest December 12, 2010, 1:38pm

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I had the same argument as Frank. Frank beat me to it. I would like to add that you can't put a period at the end of "Who knows" either. Not really, anyway. I think it needs zero punctuation. It is very plain to see that it is really a response to the question asked before. A simple response. Not a question. Not a rhetorical question. Not a statement. Not a sentence in full at all. just two words as a response and thus zero punctuation is needed. There will be now words said after the response. No confusion will be had. It's understood as what it is.

Robert Forest December 12, 2010, 1:36pm

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