She forces him to help steal the money, then she blackmails him and takes it for herself.
First he said that he was right leaning, now he's saying he is left leaning.
He'd lost all his money on the pools, not that he cared about losing anyway.
It overstays its welcome by 20 minutes or so, just long enough for us to begin to feel restless.
Do any of these sentences require a period instead of a comma, and is so acting as a conjunction in the last example also.
Not sure with using 'just' in terms of it being a dependent clause?