Ideally, this section of the forum rules will serve to educate fellow ZS'ers about the tedious form of communication we refer to as the English language.
Here's the example:
Hi, welcome to ZS. Additionally, welcome to your Keyboard!!i work the shit out o my camelbak more like abuse never had any trouble at all been using them for 15 yrs top notch stuff all others is something less hydrate or die
Using your keyboard can be complicated at times, especially when you're trying to string together several of those pesky letters into the English language. In order to help people read your posts, it's often necessary to include punctuation.
Q:What is punctuation?
A: I'm glad you asked. Punctuation is an operator that typically ends a sentence. Puncuation also helps people determine where one sentence ends and the other begins.
Q: What does this "Punctuation" look like?
A: Another excellent question. Punctuation often consists of operators such as periods, commas, exclamation points and even the occasional question mark. They look like this: . , ! ?
Q: Okay, lastly, how do I capitalize with this keyboard?
A: Easily done. Remember, capitalization is important to let your fellow ZS'ers know when you're starting a new sentence. In order to capitalize your sentences, simply follow these simple steps:
1. Turn on your computer and log onto www.zombiehunters.org.
2. Look down at your keyboard. You'll see a series of confusing numbers/letters and even some strange buttons labeled space and enter. While the spacebar and enter key are important, they're better saved for another lesson.
3. Find the shift key. This key can be located on both sides of the keyboard for ease of typing. On the right side of your keyboard, you can find the shift key below the aforementioned enter key. On the left-hand side, the shift key can typically be located below your capslock key and above the control key.
4. In order to shift, simply hold down either shift key, then type the letter you wish to make bigger. After this has been accomplished, simply release the shift key.
5. Congrats!!! Now you're shifting like a salty pro.
This has been a production of Zombie Squad's Tactical Grammar Division (ZSTGD for insiders)