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I am a grammar nazi. I feel that commas deserve to be allowed to live in their natural habitat: between sentences joined by conjunctions, between the first (n-1) items in a list n items long, at the ends of quotations that don't end sentences, between adjectives when two or more are applied to the same noun (not counting articles), and in several other locations which would be as little understood as the aforementioned. I am also sick of seeing apostrophes overworked. Anyone who abuses these poor punctuation marks or any other part of the language shouldn't be surprised to see my name in their edit history--possibly followed by a sarcastic comment, depending on the extent of the grammatical damage.