So, I know (and routinely abuse) the properties of a semicolon. It is used in place of a comma to prevent comma splices; its main function is to afix related sentences together without using a conjunction. (Okay, that was a little forced.) But I just had a thought. Can more than one semicolon be used in the same sentence? You know what I mean: Blah blah blah; blah blah blah; blah blah blah. I think I've seen it done somewhere, but I don't remember if it was a "good" example or a "bad" example. Thoughts?