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@imadoofus: Acually Doofus, the rule that states that comma must be placed after the first and second items in a series has become more lax. The comma after the second item in a series is optional. So, whether Sapar puts it there or not, he is still grammatically correct.
But he SHOULD have put a semicolon after "woman" instead of a comma.
@JollyRancher44: *Actually, Doofus, the rule that states that a comma must be placed after every term except for the final term in a series of words has become more lax: The comma after the second to last term in a series is optional.
You're welcome. I fixed the errors.
I agree about the semicolon, though. That would be the most accurate punctuation to use in that particular context.
@imadoofus: If you are talking about the comma rule, I agree. I think it is absurd, and that at any given point in a series of items one should always place a comma afterwards.
Essentially, the rule states that, given terms x, y, and z, you must put a comma after every term. (X, y, and z.) This seperates the terms from each other. However, the informal version states that, given terms x, y, and z, you do not have to put a comma before the and. The reason I do not like this is because, without having a comma before the and, (X, y and z) the terms are not as well seperated. 'X, y, and z' shows that the three terms are 1. x, 2. y, and 3. z. However, 'X, y and z' could be misinterpreted as meaning that there are two terms, being 1. X and 2. Y and z.
Let me put it this way: Given the three terms Doofus, Hippo, and Rollyjolly, having them written as 'Doofus, Hippo, and Rollyjolly' clearly shows that there are three seperate terms. However, having them written as 'Doofus, Hippo and Rollyjolly' could potentially mean that Doofus is one term, and Hippo and Rollyjolly are grouped together as a second term. (For example, if someone had two aliases, they might be called Hippo/Rollyjolly or Hippo and Rollyjolly, in some cases)
If you thought I was talking to you in that comment, I was not, I was fixing the errors that had previously been made.