“The drivers argued, due to a lack of a comma between ‘packing for shipment’ and ‘or distribution’;, the law refers to the single activity of ‘packing’, not to ‘packing’ and ‘distribution’ as two separate activities. As the drivers distribute –- but do not pack –- the goods, this would make them eligible for overtime pay.” The Guardian on how a missing Oxford comma helped dairy drivers win dispute about overtime pay. For all those grammar nerds who were beat-up by bullies, I hope this offers some relief. (Though I worry it will merely result in another beating.)