Mistakes happen

I don’t know, but why would one put a capital letter on a word that doesn’t need it? I’ve been told to never put a capital on a word within the sentence that does not require a capital.

Most words within a sentence are lower case and the capital comes at the beginning. So, why would one put a capital on a word that doesn’t need it? Unless it truly does?

Oh well, there are things called oversights, overlooking, over baked and over cooked. Mistakes happen (?), and someone is going to spot it, and perhaps rectify it. Or was it done for deliberate effect? A change of tone? A new way of doing something? To electrify a new way to write–that capitalization within the sentence is okay? It would look awfully cluttered, though. Perhaps.

Yet, God bless em’, some young people back in the day, about twenty years ago, started a trend which caught on, of never putting a capital in a sentence were it was usually needed, whereas some older people did the opposite!

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