I hate to be nit-picky, but I think I might be more willing to give the comment above a fair chance if I could read it without my brain melting. There is this special key on the keyboard labeled "Shift" that can help you capitalize letters, if needed. In fact, there are TWO of them. How convenient!
Another helpful feature of keyboards enables the user to incorporate punctuation into their paragraphs, thereby creating a simple structure of communication that most people refer to as a "sentence."
I think that is a good place to start, and then we can work on the correct way to spell words in the singular and plural form.
I see there is no need for instruction on how to use the thesaurus, however you should know that there are two definitions of the word "egregious." You should specify whether you mean to say that their behavior is "shockingly bad" or "remarkably good." That makes a difference.
One last tidbit of information for you (for future reference): the Dorothea Dix Hospital is no longer accepting patients. It closed last August. The only nutcases you'll find there would most likely be of the ghost-hunter sort.
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