I just read your column in today's Journal ("Hooters and Computers," May 15), and I am writing about the letter from "Frustrated," who was bothered by a co-worker's faulty punctuation and wondered what to do about it.
I thought your answer made some good points. But, because the issue was language and the impression it can make, I am writing to you, and I want to say this: You don't leave copies laying around the office. You leave copies lying around the office.
Sarah G Edwards, Arcata