You’ll get the second one at a more reasonable hour, but since I’m awake anyway, here’s today’s first glitch:
The frequent appearances of these truncated “ellipses” are kinda painful, too.
And ellipsis has three dots, never two. Some style guides (ones intended specifically for journalism, not fiction) call for spaces between the dots, or a period after the ellipsis if it falls at the end of a sentence, but none of them say to use only two dots (or several to indicate “an extra-long pause”).
“And the flashbacks hurt…”
Personally, I don’t see why this sentence should trail off at all. Ending with an ellipsis regardless of whether it’s appropriate seems to be a thing in writing prompts, though, and why should I miss an opportunity to point out (again) that a two-dot “ellipsis” is wrong?