Showing almost a complete disregard for traditional and functional sentence structure, the mysterious author chose to unhurl a plethora of commas instead.
The following two sentences, appearing back to back-believe it or not, average about 47 words and 6 commas, each. Not even on their most rambling of days do KeyRose, BTB, QueFregados or any of the other talented Gateway City bloggers come even close to equalling this incredible, albeit dubious feat.
The city's location and development, as a close neighbor to Mexico, aside from creating tourism as Laredo's second-leading industry, has created a unique and dynamic bilingual and bicultural community, for both business and personal sectors of the residents' lives.
Taking advantage of this understanding, appreciation, and mastery of the Spanish language and Mexican culture, business mores, and governmental processes, City of Laredo leaders have gone throughout Central and South America and applied those same principals to facilitate trade from these countries through Mexico, faster, cheaper, and just as securely as other U.S. ports.
Look at it this way: for those of you old enough to remember songs from the hippie era, you could say that these two utterances are certainly the Inna-gadda-davida of all sentences.