- Nov 2011
- The Dustbin, formerly, Garden of England
Another personal attack which fits into what I said. your no mystery to me mate....look forward to your next post
- That is your drunken Irish servant?
- Where is your potato?
- Do you know what you're writing?
- You're stupid.
When using a non-restrictive clause in a sentence, it is well to note that words such as that, which, whose, who, or whom are preceded by a comma (so as to set off the extra information), whereas no comma should precede a restrictive clause. It is not an arcane rule, it sets the literate against those who merely scribble.
Capital letters indicate the beginning of a new sentence. There are reasons for this, but you would find them quite complicated.
"your no mystery to me mate"
This is ambiguous. When you write "me mate", are you referring to a very close male associate, one whose relationship with you would have been illegal until quite recently? Or perhaps it is a nautical gentlemen of whom you speak? You may find that a visit to the punctuation shop, where commas and apostrophes are on sale, a useful exercise if you wish people to consider you as one of those who walks upright.
NB. Your unfounded and pathetic accusation that I am a "racist"--a legally actionable libel by the way, is a personal attack. Describing you as a semi-literate is quod erat demonstrandum.