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INDIGNANT POST IN HONOR OF CAPS LOCK DAY

I KNOW HOW THESE POSTS WORK! I HAVE A STRONG OPINION ABOUT THIS. I WAS WORRIED YOU MIGHT NOT NOTICE! BUT YOU CAN TELL THAT I FEEL STRONGLY ABOUT THIS ON ACCOUNT OF THE SIZE OF ALL THE LETTERS!

tHAT LETTER WAS SMALL BY ACCIDENT.

THIS IS A MISSPELED WORD THAT WILL FIGURE PROMINENTLY IN MY THESIS.

THIS IS MY THESIS! THIS IS A SENTENCE THAT DESCRIBES PEOPLE WHO DON'T AGREE WITH MY THESIS IN A NEGATIVE WAY!

THIS IS THE PART OF THE POST WHERE YOU START TO WONDER IF MAYBE I DON'T KNOW HOW TO SHUT OFF THE CAPS LOCK KEY BECAUSE THIS DOESN'T SEEM LIKE A POINT I MEANT TO EMPHASIZE.

SENTENCE WITH EXCLAMATION POINTS!!!!!

INSULT TO SOMEONE!

THIS SENTENCE INVOLVES CHILDREN AND CONCERNS ABOUT THEIR FUTURE.

EXPLETIVE! MILDER EXPLETIVE!

SENTENCE INDICATING THAT EITHER BARACK OBAMA OR SARAH PALIN IS AN EPITHET, MODIFIED BY ANOTHER EXPLETIVE.

SOMETHING FROM MY CHILDHOOD. SOMETHING ABOUT WHAT THEY HAVE ON TELEVISION THESE DAYS. SENTENCE THAT INCLUDES THE WORD "NOWADAYS" OR "THEY NEVER USED TO."

SENTENCE THAT STARTS WITH "HOW COME" BUT ENDS WITH AN EXCLAMATION POINT!

SENTENCE TELLING YOU, IN CONCLUSION, TO DO SOMETHING MISSPELLED!!!!!!!!!

By Alexandra Petri  | October 22, 2010; 1:58 PM ET
Tags:  CAPS LOCK  
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