Actually, we love all Colins…

Today, on this partly sunny WikiAnswers Wednesday, we spotlight a wonderful fellow who plays a more important role in project management than he does in grammar:

What is the difference between a colin and a semi colin?

In case you can’t make out the text:

Colin (Answers.com project manager) is an awesome and amazing guy!
Semi is the prefix for half, so a semi Colin would mean you only have half of Colin, and that’s pretty sad.
A whole Colin is always preferable over a semi Colin.

Keep doing your thing, whole Colin!

Oh, and by the way: What is the difference between a colon and a semi colon?

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