Monday, 3 June 2013

The Eyes Have It

When there's glue involved, it's probably sensible to only use it on the eyes of one partner:

Keep It Clean

It only takes one quick run-through with spellcheck to find out how to spell hygiene:


Other than confusing the reader, what is the purpose of the comma after 'coal':

No Need to Make It Worse

If you're worried about readers being confused, it's probably a good idea to make sure you have a pair for every bracket:

Badly Needed Reforms

If the Gonski reforms can teach people to put verbs in sentences, I'm all for them:

How Else Are They Going to Pay Them Then

I'm assuming there ought to be a comma after 'properties', but maybe not - maybe the feds are cracking down on foreigners who sell properties for the purpose of paying capital gains tax. No, surely not.