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    Can you say: I'm sick. Judge me. Hypocrites. I'm still here. VS I'm sick. Jud

    Can you say:

    I'm sick. Judge me. Hypocrites. I'm still here.

    VS

    I'm sick. Judge me, hypocrites. I'm still here.

    What's the difference between the two?

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    Re: Can you say: I'm sick. Judge me. Hypocrites. I'm still here. VS I'm sick.

    The punctuation in the first seems rather strange. "Judge me, hypocrites" makes more sense.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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