Today’s second glitch:
What we have here is a failure
to communicate to use a comma after a dependent clause that comes before the main clause.
When you murder someone, you gain their knowledge. You really should not have killed your latest target.
(No, kids, it’s not like this in real life, so no trying to kill me just so you can gain my awesome grammar-and-punctuation skills. 🙂 Besides, you would not like some of the other information you’d end up with.)