. . . promoting capitalist acts between consenting adults.
You may not undertand the importance of the Oxford comma, but the strippers do.
[Hat tip Stephen Hicks]
Seems much ado about nothing and overly pedantic. The latter sentence needs no comma; the former, only one to be understood. Excess punctuation is just clutter. Ironically the Oxford comma is not encouraged by the university's style book.insider
Maybe anonymous can read some more Kerouac; reach the end of the sentence, but still not know where it started.
I like the Oxford comma - I always use it.
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