There seems to be a great unwillingness to use commas.

These should be used to separate thoughts in a sentence, and to put into sentences places where one would normally pause, if saying the sentence aloud. It is also important to put commas around phrases that modify a noun. A comma is not used before the word “and” when it is used to connect two thoughts, or two items in a list. If there are three or more items in a list, or three or more ideas in a sentence, then there should be a comma preceding the final “and”.

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