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    Quote Originally Posted by mklotz View Post
    OK, if you want to practice your punctuation, here are two sentences. Your challenge is to punctuate them so they make sense.

    James while John had had had had had had had had had had had a better effect on the teacher

    That that is is that that is not is not is that it it is
    I will stick to putting my chuck key in its now rightful place, on the magnet. If you don’t mind? lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyfoale View Post
    English is a funny language, particular when it comes to the use of multiple adjectives.
    When I saw your heading I misinterpreted it as "Magnetic Chuck" Key Holder instead of Magnetic "Chuck Key" Holder. That wouldn't happen in some languages.

    My favourite example comes from Sheb Woolly's classic song "The purple people eater". Is he someone who eats purple people, or is he purple and eats people. That is my favourite all time song, they don't write them like that anymore.
    Thanks to captainleeward & tony. By the way , you may be extremely surprised how Dyslexic folk (like myself) read things: sometimes totally different to what was intended & spelling is easy in the head but writing down is hard work. Cheers & keep on with the great "stuff".

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    The magnet is a great idea providing your ticker is good and definately if you don't have a pace-maker.

    Most of my work gear still has heaps of tiny holes so I started (years ago) taking a strong magnet (before we had rare earth ones here) in a heavy plastic bag that i usually used to recover items from my workshop/shed floor from within the saw-dust. Then I used a tractor parts holder(strong magnet like those on speakers ((car or home)) which too are really usefull-glue them on the side of cabinets/walls etc) to hold my bits & bobs. I don't know why clothing usually lacks a right hand shirt pocket.

    Cheers, Ranald

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    Some bodys hijacked my post I'll find em sooner or later.

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    cyber space! My response was for a magnet in shirt pocket for screws, small bolts etc. LOL


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