Tara sent me this via email:
So i read a book review this morning in the p-g (after reading the washington post and finding nothing to email you) of a grammar book that is number one on the best-seller list in the u.k. the writer says. . .
p>"The title comes from a joke about a panda who fires a gun in a cafe and, on his way out, shows a wildlife manual with the description “Eats, shoots and leaves” rather than “Eats shoots and leaves.” Moral: Pandas don’t kill people, commas kill people."