One period, and that comes from an English Masters student.
My experience is that a master's candidate in English lit. isn't necessarily an authority on grammar. For example, master's shouldn't be capitalized and it should have an apostrophe.
Now sit down and quit disrupting the class, EATER. And get that dead guy out of here: you know there's no eating allowed in class.
Corey Young wrote:
... that can't be bended.)
Now Corey, as you may have forgotten while raving the night away on the eve of our humble grammar exam, bend is an irregular verb and is spelled "bent". It takes the same form in its past participle and preterite, or simple past form.
I can't help it, you're new.