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Why the hell does everyone add commas? Check the history, floks! They, like to, add, commas, everywhere! YOU PEOPLE, ESPECIALLY SBLUEN, HAVE A COMMA FETISH! I'm on to you!--Emmzee 01:34, 31 May 2006 (UTC)
- Thank you for talking about that problem. You may be right. I probably added a few too many commas. Some of the commas should be removed or replaced with semicolons or parentheses. However, some of the commas should stay.
- I don't know how to use semicolons or parentheses so maybe you can help by fixing the grammar of this article. Here is a list of uses for commas at Wikipedia. Or if you want to see a lot of commas, you should see this article, which has many words in only one sentence. --Sbluen 04:55, 31 May 2006 (UTC)
- I dunno, it looks fine to me, even pre-comma invasion. I'll check around for the semicolons and such. No reason for a few crappy non-existant semi-colons to keep it from being featured :p. Demonbob 13:13, 31 May 2006 (UTC)
- Well, I did go through it, and some the commas were unneeded, just like the semi-colons. Now excuse me, I'm due for an
AP english examextreme colonic irrigation. :p Demonbob 13:25, 31 May 2006 (UTC)
- Many people, including -- not to be too incorrigible -- when under the influence of, punctuation; misuse and abuse (parenthetically speaking)...not to put too blunt a point on it. And, also, incompete...sentences. So you are: not, alone.----OEJ 00:07, 10 June 2006 (UTC)
WOOOO!!! IT IS FEATURED! I am pwnage incarnate! Time to get wasted! The article is great and amuses me no end - congrats. There are quite a lot of commas floating about but hey ho it still works. I love you all Oddbod 11:24, 9 June 2006 (UTC)
edit Major Changes Alert
Hey you guys, I took the liberty of putting "(DDS)" after the first mention of "decapitation disease". Then I changed every other mention of "decapitation disease" to "DDS". See if you guys like it--I dunno if the change is for the better or for the worse. If I keep "decapitation disease" it's quite redundant and sets a silly atmosphere, but if I use "DDS" it sounds soo funny and I know medical professionals or at least high schoolers just learning to write scientific reports will have a great laugh. Yeah, so what do you guys think of it? Accept or reject? --JD
- What does the S stand for? And please sign your stuff with a link to your user page. --Emmzee 00:07, 16 June 2006 (UTC)
- S should stay for Syndrome IMO. --Ionuke 20:09, 13 December 2007 (UTC)
So, I fixed most of the random letters in this article, hope it helps-- The_Oracle 6 August 2006
edit DDS - a human-only virus?
There have been reported billions of DDS among animals, straw-puppets, statues and so on... The Decapitation Disease Syndrome has much more to it than is depicted in this article. If someone could add a few words about that to the article that would be quite nice. --Ionuke 20:08, 13 December 2007 (UTC)