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Happy Sunny days! What was missing though, were pets. Sadly we didn't have any. I think that's why I have what I have now. Making up for lost time. I have always wanted a ESD when I was living in the UK, so not long after I arrvied here I got my first one. I also got involved voluntary with the SPCA and ended up working there full-time for a while.
Can I let you in on a secret? Typing two spaces after a period is totally, completely, utterly, and inarguably wrong. Never, ever use two spaces after a period: Listen to Mike Vuolo read Farhad Majoo’s classic takedown of an enduring typographic sin. What galls me about two-spacers isn't just their numbers. It's their certainty that they're right. Over Thanksgiving dinner last year, I asked people what they considered to be the correct number of spaces between sentences.
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The diners included doctors, computer programmers, and other highly accomplished professionals. Everyone everyone! Said it was proper to use two spaces. Others explained they mostly used a single space but felt guilty for violating the two-space rule. Still others said they used two spaces all the time, and they were thrilled to be so proper. When I pointed out that they were doing it wrong that, in fact, the correct way to end a sentence is with a period followed by a single, proud, beautiful space the table balked. Who says two spaces is wrong?
They wanted to know. Typographers, that's who. The people who study and design the typewritten word decided long ago that we should use one space, not two, between sentences. That convention was not arrived at casually. James Felici, author of the The Complete Manual of Typography , points out that the early history of type is one of inconsistent spacing. Hundreds of years ago, some typesetters would end sentences with a double space, others would use a single space, and a few renegades would use three or four spaces. Inconsistency reigned in all facets of written communication there were few conventions regarding spelling, punctuation, character design, and ways to add emphasis to type.