After we unleashed our wrath about the world's unruly use of exclamation points in emails, we got to thinking: Which other punctuation marks could we do without?
When The Atlantic Wire's John Hudson suggested that New York Times columnists David Brooks and Paul Krugman should settle their apparently simmering dispute once and for all, one commenter disagreed.
A lot of people weighed in on John Hudson's post about the "swift-boating" of President Barack Obama, most either to remind us of George W. Bush's "Mission Accomplished" moment, or to call Obama a socialist, but one take on the ad actually was pretty original.
Now that it's been suggested, we can't think of a better rock-n-roll comparison for North Korea.
Clearly, we've found someone who didn't vote for American Idol's Colton Dixon last night.
The freakout over a Tina Brown Newsweek cover story is basically becoming a cliché at this point, but the addition of Slate's contrarian-at-large Katie Roiphe made this week's troll-bait all but irresistible.
For some people, it wasn't easy to say goodbye to Rick Santorum on Tuesday, when the Republican hopeful announced he'd be dropping out of the presidential race.
It was exactly one month ago that George Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin, and so we decided to pick a comment somewhat at random out of our most active thread of the day.
Even fed-up former Googlers who have migrated to Bing can't really get away from the search giant.
We're not sure Herman Cain would like this commenter's newer, sexier version of his foreign policy map.
Hearing voices in your head while you read isn't always a good thing
One commenter doesn't get why the U.S. needs to listen to the credit rating agency
One commenter has a few questions about the now-shuttered News of the World
Then maybe there wouldn't be a lockout next season, suggests one commenter
A reader's thoughts on just what the bureau will be reporting
A commenter parses the difference between Tokyo Electric and U.S. utilities
A reader posits that most poets probably don't read poetry, either
Noting the "lousy job" that all networks are doing to educate viewers
His assumed expertise on Venezuela reminds our commenter of a commercial
It's May, it's New York, you're getting paid--things could be worse
It's sort of like how only the bourgeois worry about being bourgeois
Only two types of people will be getting their updates
Two commenters on the Redskins owner's proclivity for legal action
A commenter presumably a lawyer looks back on a career of lyrics-quoting
In the wake of bin Laden's death, the one-liners just keep on coming
You'd think a $1 million compound would have better mattresses
Claims he broke his own record by penning the winning New Yorker caption once more
Why we should have seen the location revelations coming
A commenter points to a different problem iPhone users may be having
A certain conservative activist is never gonna give you up
A commenter questions whether it was even smart from a scientific standpoint
Commenter kindasorta offers vivid similes to the endless "Twin Peaks" debate
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