Open Thread: Green, Yellow, Orange, and an Oxford Comma

I was originally going to go with "Yellow and Orange" but there's green in there too, so that means commas, and . . . yeah.

Honestly it's mostly because yesterday I saw a thing where someone had a long list and after the Oxford comma at the end they added "and Oxford commas", which made sense in context because it was a list of things a librarian would employ in the course of the story the sentence described.

In other news, I always get kind of worried when I'm getting an open thread ready and I realize that there's something from Ana that hasn't been out long.  I don't think anyone would really ignore actual content from Ana just because there's an open thread at the top of the main page, but I worry about knocking the content out of the top spot anyway.


Friday Recommendations!  What have you been reading/writing/listening to/playing/watching lately?  Shamelessly self-promote or boost the signal on something you think we should know about - the weekend’s ahead of us, so give us something new to explore!

And, like on all threads: please remember to use the "post new comment" feature rather than the "reply" feature, even when directly replying to someone else!


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