Too busy to proofread. Regardless, let’s not obscure your lack of substance by paying undue attention to form, especially when the point is clear. Good evening sir.Unfortunately for you, my pet peave is the incorrect use or lack of commas. Unfortunately, even though you slipped in the word at the end of the sentence, it actually needs a comma before the word.
In my previous sentence, I used two commas because it is separating a phrase in the sentence. The way you used the word requires a comma; that is elementary grammar.
I don’t suppose you know when to use that funny looking semicolon I just snuck in there?
edit: Just reread my post. Yes, it is choppy. However, it is grammatically correct. I write in short sentences to be sure I’m clear and under the character limit. Overuse of commas is not an indicator of good writing. You’re getting dumber by the post.