The editors at the Chicago Manual of Style share their opinion:Use commas with too only when you want to emphasize an abrupt change of thought:He didn’t know at first what hit him, but then, too, he hadn’t ever walked in a field strewn with garden rakes. In most other cases, commas with this short adverb are unnecessary.The bottom line is, there’s no clear rule that either specifies using the comma or forbids it. It’s the writer’s choice. The rules of grammar don’t often allow writers to have choices. It’s kind of nice to be thrown a bone from time to time.http://www.dailywritingtips.com/comma-before-too/
Your a mental midget.
Better than being a world class douche!
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