He did provide a specific correction.
Here's a starting page for rules on comma usage: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/607/02/
If you read through this page, it should explain the mistake you made in the very beginning of your topic.
Because let's face it, you need someone to catch all those mistakes, that everyone else missed.
Vogue wrote:Do you know what a comma splice is?
I'm not sure how that qualifies as a specific correction. It looks more like a general direction to me.
Though, after looking around I see what he's talking about.
I'm not sure if I really should care about comma splices, considering a lot of works around don't have good spelling, or continuity, let alone proper structure.
But I recognize the problem and I will try to be more weary.
Now, let's stop on my sentence for a moment and analyze it.
We have a conjoined non-essential element, followed by the essential element, interrupted by a stylistic pause.
Okay, I guess strictly speaking that last comma is excessive. That's the problem, correct?
But it's there for effect. So is it really that problematic?