From the comma to the period, September 24th is a day to celebrate and examine punctuation across various aspects of life.
National Punctuation Day was founded by Jeff Rubin in 2004. The official home page of the unofficial holiday takes one through each unique punctuation from the semicolon to the question mark.
People are also encouraged to take photos and/or videos of incorrect punctuation found on signs and billboards.
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