Abby informed me that Weismann's insult did not actually contain a "comma splice" since there are not two separate independent clauses in his sentence.
"Your ignorance, is exceeded only by your arrogance!"
What is the name of this comma error? I've stopped caring about Weismann. I need to know what this error is called. Anybody know? Is it possible that this could be a correct usage? I don't believe it.
I do confess my ignorance in innumerable areas. This is obviously one of them.
Arrogant? Not so much. I'm humbled all the time.