“Twitter is the spit on the sidewalk of life.” ~~numb
"I like rainbows and bunnies." ~~Frank
Note to self, do not click on links.
PAY NO MORE.
Be there or be square.
So I won't. What are we discussing here?
Davydd (Anglicized Welsh name for David...that's all)
Certified BPT Taster Pursuing Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches
Long lost Speedway Sparkplug thrashing about in the deep woods of Minnesota
The possibility of inheriting $$$ from a Nigerian Prince who posts here under a different name...
There's no good reason not to use the comma. As a professional writer, I always do.
The tongue is a small part of the body, but it makes great boasts. Consider what a great forest is set on fire by a small spark -- James 3:5
It's the comma, comma, comma, comma, comma, chameleon.
The firm that wrote the sentence I assume will be next to be sued.
That's "The firm that wrote the sentence, I assume, will be next to be sued."
Can the OP be held liable for starting this thread? Perhaps we can sue him,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Where is the comma expert when we need him?
BigWheelHawaii? Are you out there?
Where's Spike when we need him?
"I would really like to go to NASCAR. I really enjoy NASCAR and if I could be there in a couple of years that's where I'd want to be." - Jeff Gordon (after testing a Formula Super Vee)
I need pictures.
Yes, everyone please refrain from thinking for yourselves and wait for Ren Butler to instruct you on what, and how, you should be thinking.
Agnes Spencer told me when I was a Freshman in High School that you didn't need a comma before "and" and so that has always been the way I use it... Until Goner showed me through the magic of pictures that I needed to give it a second look.
Proving I can change.
However, I still say Ren is full of poo when he says the """ (quotation mark) has to go after the period if the title of a book or movie is the last word in your sentence. That I will never abide.
But then again in the last couple weeks I've heard an explanation of what quotation marks mean that I nor Agnes Spencer ever imagined possible.
"Ride the Barrel and get pitted... So Pitted."
In my opinion, the best case for use of the Oxford Comma:
Some fans claim one series or another runs "real race cars." What's everybody else running, fake race cars? :confused:
INDYCAR - NOW IZODIER THAN EVER!
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