Comma Disease

I have it. I know it. I admit it. When I’m writing, commas suggest themselves in a lot of places that when I go back and read what I’ve written, they just don’t look like they belong. When I go back and read my posts and I see commas that look like they are superfluous or lacking in good taste, I do remove them. My apologies in advance for any that I don’t catch. I’m working on it.

On the positive side, I don’t have apostrophe disease. And for that I am grateful.

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