Only the fool would take the trouble to verify that his sentence was composed of ten a’s, three b’s, four c’s, four d’s, forty-six e’s, sixteen f’s, four g’s, thirteen h’s, fifteen i’s, two k’s, nine l’s, four m’s, twenty-five n’s, twenty-four o’s, five p’s, sixteen r’s, forty-one s’s, thirty-seven t’s, ten u’s, eight v’s, eight w’s, four x’s, eleven y’s, twenty-seven commas, twenty-three apostrophes, seven hyphens, and last but not least, a single !

–Author unknown

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This very “self-conscious” post, of course, would be destroyed by editing–dropping or changing even one word, or a single letter.  It’s a black swan.  (If that’s a strange expression, look at my discussion with George under the WHAT tab beneath the picture.)

For the teacher looking for that perfect detention assignment, here it is: Verify the above.  For extra credit, write a detailed description of the person you think attempted this.  And, why that person did it.

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