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Who needs punctuation when you've got the web? Just a few wacky or weird sites out there dedicated to the use and abuse of punctuation. Our thanks to Google and the London Metro for these examples.

http://www.nuff.ox.ac.uk/users/Martin/APOST/Apostrop.htm
The Home for Abused Apostrophes. Coming to you from Truro, Cornwall.
http://www.interrobang-mks.com/
Interrobang The Interrobang: A twentieth century punctuation mark. First introduced in 1962 by one Martin K. Speckter.
http://www.cas.usf.edu/JAC/pms/
Punctuation Made Simple. We are most concerned with helping you develop a feel for the way punctuation works.
http://www.partnership.mmu.ac.uk/punctuation/
The Punctuation Project. The Statement of Attainment for Level Two for writing (in our National Curriculum) states that children should:
"Produce, independently, pieces of writing using complete sentences, some of them demarcated with capital letters and full stops or question marks."
http://cctc2.commnet.edu/grammar/marks/marks.htm
The Punctuation Tree - Arboretus punctuationitis. Do you know the difference between a hyphen and a dash? This site tells you.
http://www.juvalamu.com/qmarks/
The Gallery Of "Misused" Quotation Marks. Someone needs to get a "life".
http://www.brunching.com/features/feature-satanonpunctuation.html
Satan on Punctuation. "Hi, I'm Satan, and I'd like to talk to you about punctuation."

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