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    Having brain-freeze--in sentence: "Welcome folks of Cleveland,"..

    ...wouldn't there be a comma between "Welcome" and "folks"?

    (And, wow, this site has changed! tripping on the number of categories



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    Re: Having brain-freeze--in sentence: "Welcome folks of Cleveland,"..

    Yes, a comma after welcome.

    Cleveland rocks.

    No, seriously!

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    Re: Having brain-freeze--in sentence: "Welcome folks of Cleveland,"..

    Come visit more often, Patrick!

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    Re: Having brain-freeze--in sentence: "Welcome folks of Cleveland,"..

    Thanks, Jena

    Leslee, I know, right? I've seriously been off-the-Writersnet-grid. I blame it on that Facebook thing. And then I come running back when I need something (the nerve, right?!

    Yeah, i'll definitely be back, though, and try to navigate through the [ton of] sections back on the home page

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    Re: Having brain-freeze--in sentence: "Welcome folks of Cleveland,"..

    Good you stopped by Patrick!

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