Today’s (actually yesterday’s) glitch:
Why, O Internet?? Why do some people randomly capitalize words? *shakes head*
A teenager thinks his dad works in delivery service. He does, but with a difference. He moves bodies — and not dead ones. Sometimes they’re alive; sometimes they’re in between. The kid finds out by accident, and it’s all down hill from there.
I thought keeping the dash after moves bodies was a good idea, since it brings extra attention to the twist that the bodies aren’t dead ones. A comma would also be correct there, if that is preferred, as would a period instead of the semicolon in the next sentence.
Downhill and down hill don’t mean the same thing, by the way, any more than everyday and every day do.