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Sky News - Mr Leigh Moxon, aged 38, caught using Joe Workmans Foundation 6 in renegade late underground website building sessions scandal. Mr M, as known to fellow Slack users, claims he only did it once , and was being told to do it by a slightly disembodied voice and mild Scottish accent , from deep within in his head. Apparently the voice appears only on a Tuesday morning and Wednesday evening. The claim for insanity is being rejected by the judge.

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As you can see, the previous block of text was probably a bit more difficult to read. It ran a bunch of topics together into one block, rather than separating them with paragraphs or through other means (sidebars, tables, etc). If this were to be posted on an Internet forum or blog others might comment "TL;DR," "Please use paragraphs," or "I stopped reading because it was such a long block of text". It's best to separate text into shorter, more manageable blocks.

As you can see, the previous block of text was probably a bit more difficult to read. It ran a bunch of topics together into one block, rather than separating them with paragraphs or through other means (sidebars, tables, etc). If this were to be posted on an Internet forum or blog others might comment "TL;DR," "Please use paragraphs," or "I stopped reading because it was such a long block of text". It's best to separate text into shorter, more manageable blocks.