Taiwan is smaller than a comma
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TIL The lack of an Oxford comma in the wording of a state law laying out what activities qualify a worker for overtime pay, more than 120 drivers for the Oakhurst Dairy became eligible for a multi-million settlement for unpaid overtime. npr.org/sections/thetwo-w…
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a massive 30.3.0 UI update: damage numbers now have separator commas imgur.com/exMRukJ
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When the first comma comes
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Comma to the top
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If you are 16+ years old I expect you to know how to write using paragraphs, commas, full stops etc.

The posts I see on here every day are fucking horrible.

Grown ass people writing everything in one long, unreadable sentence. Don't ever use a comma or make paragraphs.

You can make mistakes. Especially if it's not your native language, but for the sake of the reader at least try to make it readable.

Not to mention that it makes you look like you've never opened a book in your entire life, else you'd know that walls of text are not only uncommon, but actively disuade people from reading what you wrote.

Edit. : There are already over a hundred posts saying that nobody cares... I guess that's why we're here, at r/unpopularopinion.

Edit 2. : "You can make mistakes. Especially if it's not your native language, but for the sake of the reader at least try to make it readable."

If you think making something "readable" is an extreme ask, then I'm sorry for you.

I also never claimed that nobody can make mistakes. Heck I even wrote that everyone makes them. Thanks to some nice redditors here I had my own mistakes pointed out, which I'm happy for.

It appears many of you take it really personal and get aggressive or defensive. If you're that fragile, the internet and especially reddit is not for you.

Edit 3.: You know you've got yourself an unpopular opinion when more than half the commenters are here to insult you... I love it. Do your thing reddit! Sticks and stones my friends. Sticks and stones.

Edit 4. : Some of you here seem to imply that I hate people for not writing the way I deem fit. I don't hate strangers for not writing coherently. It's a fragment of sadness, that they don't deem their own thoughts and opinions important enough, to put them into words properly, so they can be understood to the best of our abilities. People don't have time, they take time to do things.

If your thoughts are not worth your own time to write them down properly, why would they be worth anyone else's time to read?

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Just a reminder: There is no MOASS until you see two commas!

$100,000 - no MOASS

$10,000,000 - MOASS

I will HODL the line! πŸ’ŽπŸ™Œ

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Why the Oxford Comma is important!
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The difference a comma can make
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A lesson on why Oxford commas are important...
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What’s the difference between a cat and a comma?

A cat has claws at the end of its paws, and a comma’s a pause at the end of a clause.

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A comma would have helped this so much.
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What are your thoughts on the Oxford comma?
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Today, I am 500 days sober! Halfway to the comma club!

Long time lurker, first-time poster.

I was a social drinker; once I started drinking, I didn't stop. This often resulted in blackouts and severe hangovers. Looking back, I didn't think I had a problem, even though I knew I needed to make a change.

Over the last 500 days, I've learned a few things that I wanted to share.

  • I am just as much fun sober as I am not sober. I think I'm more fun sober because I am present and more thoughtful.
  • People don't care whether I'm drinking. Sure, the odd person asks questions, but most people don't care that I'm not drinking. I was so terrified about this and I realize now that I didn't have to be.
  • Don't over-commit yourself. "Forever" is a daunting amount of time. Start with a sober goal of 1 weekend, 1 week or 1 month; and then extend it. Achieving smaller goals helped me build confidence to stay sober longer.
  • It took me multiple tries to get and stay sober. If you succeed on the first try, you are the exception, not the rule. In the words of Aaliyah (RIP) "If at first, you don't succeed, then dust yourself off and try again, you can dust it off and try again, try again." Sing it with me people!
  • The urge to drink, or perhaps the FOMO of not drinking doesn't ever go away entirely. Sure, it's dulled with each day of sobriety; but I use my coping mechanisms daily to remain sober. And that is ok.
  • Find other fun non-alcoholic drinks. I used to drink multiple beers in an evening without a thought to the calories. Now that I've stopped drinking, I am somehow overly conscious of how much pop I might drink instead. This is silly. Treat yourself, you've earned it!
  • Say yes to new things. This helped me prevent boredom and created a distraction to prevent relapse. At this point, I have far too many things I'd rather be doing than drinking.
  • I didn't realize how suffocating, post-drinking shame was. I would wake up after drinking and spend the entire day in shame; about what I said, what I did, filling in the black-out blanks. I don't miss this at all; it's almost enough incentive on its own to keep me from drinking.
  • Find a friend or a community to support you. Like this wonderful community for example. Hearing/reading other people's stories were extremely helpful for my journey.

Good luck and stay safe out there my friends!

Comma club, here I come!

IWNDWYT

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14 years: from disability to dos commas

About 4 years ago I wrote this post. If you ever needed evidence of the power of compounding, it took a decade to get to 500k, and only 4 years to get the next 500k and a paid off condo, which is insane when you consider that I’ve held a 50/50 stocks/bonds AA most of that time. Increased comp has done some of that work, but I’m still in the south east. We’re not talking Bay Area pay :^).

I started out on SSI and food stamps. If not for my degree, I’d still be there today. That shapes you. The biggest thing I wanted from FI was a sense of financial security. By any measure, I’ve achieved it, but 2020 taught me I was not entirely rational. Remember the food shortages at the start of the pandemic? Remember how staples were out of stock? That was enough to make me completely regress back to β€˜poverty mode’ for a while. You know what was funny? I had a stable job and I made more from comp and stock trades than I ever had in my entire life, yet I found myself cooking and eating like I was surviving on $90 a month food budget again. I didn’t snap out of it until I found myself inventorying pounds of dried beans in my pantry. Absolutely strange.

I’m beyond FI for myself, but my ultimate goal is to be able to comfortably support a family at the median household income. My RE target is somewhere around 2M. I’d guess I’ll hit that in my mid 40s. Between now and then, I’ve intended to purposefully my lifestyle in line with what my portfolio can support at 3%. The thing is? I’m finding it awfully hard to spend my β€˜fun budget’. Some of that has been down to the pandemic (and a good chunk has gone to charity), but some of it is me holding every purchase to a β€˜is this really worth it’ analysis that helped me survive back in the day. It’s a good problem to have I guess, and there aren’t any budget police ready to swoop down from black helicopters if I don’t spend it, but I hope it gets easier for me to find balance.

I’m in my late 30’s and I’ll probably retire by my mid 40’s. That leaves me 5-10 years left to really sort out all the non-financial aspects that I’ve neglected. Stuff like health, hobbies, friends and dating. If the pandemic taught me anything, I really have to put in the effort to get this squared away. My retirement experience will be a dreary grey experience otherwise. Hitting FI has evaporated so much of my wo

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The power of the Oxford Comma!
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I just learnt about the Oxford comma and I'm angry

because my language doesn't have it. I love it so much I double checked if it exists in my language, but no, comma before "and" in most situations (including this one) is a grammatical error. It's so beautiful tho. Now I want to start a movement to change the rules.

On a side note, I was also annoyed when years ago I learnt that there's a "would"(/should/could etc.) and "would have", because in my language most people just say "would" for all tenses. The "would have" is kinda old fashioned but I've been using it ever since I found out it exists. The English language makes me notice things I wouldn't care about lol.

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🚨 Who’s HODLING till they see 2 commas min? 🚨
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My ex-boss demanded I remove the use of an Oxford Comma, despite me telling her it is grammatically correct and completely valid. I am now a full-time writer and it still bothers me to this day.

A few years ago I worked at a company where my primary job was helping customers at a call center, but I slowly gained occasional writing duties producing announcements, news, and things like that for our internal employees.

My boss at the time wasn't actually in charge of my writing duties, but because she was my boss, she would occasionally review my work before I posted it, most of the time just saying 'looks good, please send.'

I welcomed her feedback on one particular announcement and she told me to 'fix the commas.' Not knowing what she was referring to, I asked her to come to show me what she means. She came over and immediately pointed out a bullet that said something to the effect of "Mail, email, and phone calls" and said there should only be one comma, as in "Mail, email and phone calls."

I let her know that the extra comma she is referring to is called an Oxford Comma and it is grammatically correct and I explained there is a difference between "email and phone calls" and "email, and phone calls." I explained this in a very calm manner and we actually laughed about it at the time. She didn't initially believe me, so I pulled up an article explaining what an oxford comma was. She glanced at the article, looked at me with a smile and said "Yeah, just remove it."

At the time, a small panic occurred in my brain - I knew what was correct, and it wasn't even a big deal if someone didn't know about oxford commas, but I also wanted to be viewed as a professional writer and editor as this was my first exposure to writing and I just couldn't believe after all the logic in reasoning, she still made me do it her way simply because she was my boss. Part of me wishes I kept the oxford commas in and just gambled to see if she would notice or not. She wasn't stupid or anything, she was relatively young for someone in her position and she's demonstrated knowledge and intellect above many other managers.

It's such a small insignificant detail that shouldn't bother me or anyone really, but it was important to her that she tell me to do it her way. Was it a power trip? Did she really just not even pay attention to me and wanted to just make the final call? I'll never know for sure, but it bothers me I let her win just because she was my boss, despite being confidently wrong.

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Wait a minute...I see 2 commas, meaning the house is over a mil. How TF can these 2 afford this??
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The price is wrong, bitch. I’m not seeing commas yet. Where’s my Commas Kenny Boy?
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This will be every ape after the MOASS when they see all the commas and zeros in their bank account. Are you ready? v.redd.it/s7lk4np83i171
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Too many commas/not enough sentence variety in creative writing

My average comma:sentence ratio is too high.

My depression-anxiety-perfectionism cocktail never fails to convince me that everything I write is terrible so this might actually be a nonissue, but I think my sentence and paragraph structure could use some work. I know it's important to vary sentence length to prevent a monotonous cadence, but it's also been said that you should write how you speak (to a point). I think the way I speak - and thus type - is monotonous already; I always seem to find myself with a comma or two in each sentence. My author voice is too earnest and sincere, I think.

That may seem like something weird to worry about, but it's starting to get repetitive even in my own brain. It wouldn't be so much an issue in a story where actions are being performed, or there's a conveniently placed splatter of dialogue, because then the content would distract from the sentence structure or break sections apart naturally. That option is not really available to me within the context of the scene I'm currently writing (a character alone with their thoughts, in third person). I always end up with sentences like this, and they always continue like that. Always a comma in the middle. My sentences are starting to feel like just -,-. -,-. -,-. -,-. Part one of sentence, part two of sentence. One, two. Like an inhale and an exhale. So I guess my question is: how do you keep yourself from writing the same sentence over and over again?

Also, since I'm here and this is also an issue I'm facing, how can you diversify the beginning of your paragraphs when there are only two characters involved in a scene, and no dialogue? I'm struggling not to start every paragraph with one of their names, especially since I usually have to use their name at an appropriate time later in the body of the paragraph to differentiate between the two characters, because they have the same pronouns.

sorry I know these are incredibly specific and ridiculous issues but I'm struggling!

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5 hr 26 min hold time but I got my 10 weeks of pending resolved. Don’t give up. No tricks other than the comma hack I found here. Good luck guys. Hang in there.
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The rebrand was so rushed that they had to add a comma for the logo to redirect to the main page on the website
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TiA debates, shoots, and leaves the Oxford comma. reddit.com/r/TumblrInActi…
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What is the difference between T[,] and T[][]? Is the comma syntax an alias?
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Finally hit a big milestone! Making my way towards two commas. Acorns is my most productive account, stick with it!
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Does she need to learn how to properly use commas, or is she actually complimenting MC's dueling skills?
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CMV: Any large number meant to be read by humans should have digit group separators (comma, period, space, etc.). Having a number like 38987098 is incredibly confusing for a human to read, whereas 38,987,098 can be read and understood almost immediately.

I understand why some numbers don't need this, primarily numbers that only a computer needs to process. But when it comes to reading, I've seen many instances of large numbers intended to be read by humans not having digit group separators, making the number harder to read the bigger it is.

I know that some numbering conventions use these separators at different intervals (like 2 or 4 digits instead of the 3 that I, and I'm sure many others, are used to), but that's not relevant here, or rather, it is because those should still obviously use separators.

This is also not about the actual agent that separates them. Comma, period, space, I'm not sure of what else is used, but anything is fair game as long as it clearly separates a consistent amount of numbers.

To be fair, I mostly see this in video games, but I have seen it other places, too. These are also not places where scientific notation is typically necessary (which, although more useful than no separators at all, is much more complex for people not used to them).

So my thing is, is there any logical reason to omit these separators in these instances? I can see no benefit to doing so, and it seems to simply be incredibly lazy work on the part of whoever is responsible for writing/coding said numbers.

EDIT: Interestingly enough, I had the Disgaea video game series in mind when I thought of this.

This is an example of a character's statistics from an older game:

http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/21rAkpAscNQ/maxresdefault.jpg

And this is an example from the newest game, which has thankfully implemented separators:

https://i.redd.it/6vcy9wv7wbo51.jpg

It's clear that the newer game's info (imagining it in your own number system if you're unfamiliar with Japanese numbering) is leagues easier to process than the older game's.

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Hun says that after 5 years of being scammed and scamming others, her paycheck has a comma for the first time. reddit.com/gallery/nb4v42
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Are there commas in the price per share? Then it's not the MOASS

I'm betting a shiny Buffalo Nickel (one that hasn't been in someone's ass) that this is a bull trap, and the price will drop again. They're trying to get people to sell before the stockholder meeting two weeks from now.

I held through $480, and I held through the drop to $40. If there's not commas in the stock price, then it's not the MOASS and it's not even close to think about the S-word. No dates, no stop losses, and diamond hand this bitch.

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Found this in Mongoose 2.7 docs. Is writing trailing commas at the beginning of the line really a thing?
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Anyone knows how to have the correct comma separators? This is so annoying. It is correct for numbers above 10,000 but between 1,000 and 10,000 it is a disaster reddit.com/gallery/nk1d8o
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Of course she had to make sure the commas were visible πŸ™„ we get it... y’all are gonna be in a fuck ton of debt and not be able to make it πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ
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Congratulations Comma big pause youtu.be/BMHNaWxTeGQ
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If you have a 2017 or newer Highlander, you can add level 2 auto-driving functionality with a Comma A.I. device called the "Comma 2" for $1200. It works really well.

I've not seen anyone talking about this on this sub, so I felt it would be worth mentioning that all '17 and above model year Highlanders are compatible with an incredible device called the "Comma 2" by Comma Artificial Intelligence, which plug-and-play adds level 2 self-driving to a vehicle. The company was started by one of the world's best computer programmers, George Hotz, who famously first cracked the iPhone and then was recruited by Elon Musk to develop Tesla's self-driving functionality, but he turned down the position to start his own company about 10 years ago. To avoid federal regulation the software was eventually made open source (now called openpilot), and remains so, but is controlled by the company (a la Android, Firefox, etc.).

Most Honda Motor Co. (Honda and Acura) and Toyota Motor Co. (Toyota and Lexus) vehicles that are 2017 model year and above will work plug and play with this device. Toyotas seem to play a little better with it because they have more steering wheel motor torque, which allows the device to take corners that are sharper and at higher speed.

I have had this device in my 2017 ICE Ltd Platinum for some time, and it's truly remarkable. It is absolutely incredible for any kind of highway/freeway driving. The current software version produces very, very smooth and reliable hands- and feet-off functionality. The interface is very simple: simply turn on cruise control in the normal way and the device begins working. Stepping on the brake or accelerator will immediately disengage it. You can still gently guide the steering wheel if the device is engaged to do things like avoid a pothole or change lanes. Too much steering wheel activity will also disengage the device. It works with other tech and sensors in the vehicle, for instance it will not auto lane change if it detects a vehicle in the blind spot via the blind spot monitors, if present. The device uses a front facing camera to monitor the head direction and eye direction of the driver, and if the driver is not paying any attention long enough, and device will alarm. It no driver attention is still detected toward the road, a louder alarm will sound, then eventually the device will slow the vehicle and then disengage. I believe on full speed cruise capable models, the Comma 2 will actually stop the vehicle if the driver is completely inattentive (no personal experience here...).

If you have a 2020 or newer Highlander, then the Comma 2 will also work with full speed c

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It's just a comma πŸ˜£πŸ˜†
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Commas are important
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I bought 2196 and I guess they forgot to swap the comma with period lol this made me laugh so hard will this fix itself?
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πŸ‘€︎ u/ionlyneedadvice
πŸ“…︎ May 13 2021
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Is a comma necessary between "but" and "to be honest"?

>Let's go to the dance floor.
>
>I'm sorry, but, to be honest, I'm a little tired

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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πŸ“…︎ May 21 2021
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Ability names have gone from single words, to 2- and 3-word phrases, to full-on sentences. Sentences with two independent clauses separated by a comma are next.
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πŸ“…︎ May 17 2021
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allow commas?
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πŸ‘€︎ u/F3LL3N_N3M3SIS
πŸ“…︎ May 18 2021
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Commas are speedbumps for reading
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πŸ‘€︎ u/GaminqGod
πŸ“…︎ Apr 19 2021
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Where do commas actually go?
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