is there someone out there in my vast blog readership who has a background in the world of journalism or is well-versed enough on the rules of print who can explain what i seem to find time and time again when i read my weekly subscription of Time magazine:
a small excerpt from an article discussing the future of the US dollar -
"There's widespread agreement that this setup has to change but little agreement about how to change it. Which is a risky situation."
this always looks wrong to me when i read it, most likely due to the educators of my youth advising us all against the horrors of fragment sentences. have the rules been relaxed since i left school or is this some special exception granted to the news world?
"I wanted to find the answers to my grammatical questions and I searched everywhere. But I found nothing"
just seems like you could bust out some compound sentencing up there and make it flow easier on the eyes.