Long live the Oxford Comma! I agree!/ No, I disagree completely. If you had toast and orange juice, you don't put a comma after the toast. You use the "and" instead of the comma. I had no idea that commas had names
'Yes, a winky face is correct. But in ancient times, the semicolon was actually used to separate archaic written devices known as 'complete sentences.'' by Fishman, Loren "Back in the old days when I taught school.