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GeniusBonus: on Page 37, Mr. Army capitalizes the names of two cheeses "Gouda" and "burrata" wrong in the line "Well, Burrata is good, but I'm much more partial to gouda myself."
* You can tell the author knew because he has [[ShownTheirWork shown his work]] by having Miss Paloma capitalize the cheeses correctly in surrounding dialogue.
* Interestingly, this sentence was provided by a reader (they won the opportunity to give the author a sentence to use in the story). Was the wrong capitalization a test by the reader or a mistake?
WhatAnIdiot: Mr. Army, arguably, though he could be seen as sympathetically out of place and confused.

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GeniusBonus: *GeniusBonus: on Page 37, Mr. Army capitalizes the names of two cheeses "Gouda" and "burrata" wrong in the line "Well, Burrata is good, but I'm much more partial to gouda myself."
* ** You can tell the author knew because he has [[ShownTheirWork shown his work]] by having Miss Paloma capitalize the cheeses correctly in surrounding dialogue.
* ** Interestingly, this sentence was provided by a reader (they won the opportunity to give the author a sentence to use in the story). Was the wrong capitalization a test by the reader or a mistake?
WhatAnIdiot: *WhatAnIdiot: Mr. Army, arguably, though he could be seen as sympathetically out of place and confused.


* Interestingly, this sentence was provided by a reader (they won the opportunity to give the author a sentence to use in the story). Was the wrong capitalization a test by the reader or a mistake?

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* Interestingly, this sentence was provided by a reader (they won the opportunity to give the author a sentence to use in the story). Was the wrong capitalization a test by the reader or a mistake?mistake?
WhatAnIdiot: Mr. Army, arguably, though he could be seen as sympathetically out of place and confused.


* GeniusBonus: on Page 37, Mr. Army capitalizes the names of two cheeses "Gouda" and "burrata" wrong in the line "Well, Burrata is good, but I'm much more partial to gouda myself."
** You can tell the author knew because he has [[ShownTheirWork shown his work]] by having Miss Paloma capitalize the cheeses correctly in surrounding dialogue.
** Interestingly, this sentence was provided by a reader (they won the opportunity to give the author a sentence to use in the story). Was the wrong capitalization a test by the reader or a mistake?

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* GeniusBonus: on Page 37, Mr. Army capitalizes the names of two cheeses "Gouda" and "burrata" wrong in the line "Well, Burrata is good, but I'm much more partial to gouda myself."
** * You can tell the author knew because he has [[ShownTheirWork shown his work]] by having Miss Paloma capitalize the cheeses correctly in surrounding dialogue.
** * Interestingly, this sentence was provided by a reader (they won the opportunity to give the author a sentence to use in the story). Was the wrong capitalization a test by the reader or a mistake?

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* GeniusBonus: on Page 37, Mr. Army capitalizes the names of two cheeses "Gouda" and "burrata" wrong in the line "Well, Burrata is good, but I'm much more partial to gouda myself."
** You can tell the author knew because he has [[ShownTheirWork shown his work]] by having Miss Paloma capitalize the cheeses correctly in surrounding dialogue.
** Interestingly, this sentence was provided by a reader (they won the opportunity to give the author a sentence to use in the story). Was the wrong capitalization a test by the reader or a mistake?

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