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The Oxford comma rears its ugly head in the first panel. Should there be a comma after "lawn-mower driver"? Answer: Yes - or no. Both are right. Just be consistent. Newspapers ALWAYS omit that serial comma to save space. Publishers (and many companies) have a policy about that comma. If you're writing for someone else, ask what the policy is.