“The Oxford com…


“The Oxford comma is used in a serialized fashion before the word “and,” when you’re grouping a list of things together. It’s highly controversial whether you use the Oxford comma or not. I’m very pro-Oxford comma. It baffles me that there’s controversy about this. There’s two kinds of people in the world: those who use the Oxford comma, and the people who are wrong.” – Wil Wheaton

Star Trek (and other notable shows and movies) alumni Wil Wheaton describes the Oxford Comma in a segment in GQ magazine entitled ‘Test your Geek IQ’

http://www.gq.com/blogs/the-feed/2014/05/wil-wheaton.html?mbid=social_twitter_gqmagazine  

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