Clue 1


Seems like you're being mocked. Best to ignore that part.




Clue 2


In fact, you only want one word from each sentence.




Solution


The last word of each sentence is a homophone for a letter (Tea, oh, 'kay, etc). Spelled out, they form: TOKYO.




Clue 3


Do any words seem out of place or awkward?




Clue 4


The words you want hold the same position in each sentence.





Clue 1


Seems like you're being mocked. Best to ignore that part.




Clue 2


In fact, you only want one word from each sentence.




Solution


The last word of each sentence is a homophone for a letter (Tea, oh, 'kay, etc). Spelled out, they form: TOKYO.




Clue 3


Do any words seem out of place or awkward?




Clue 4


The words you want hold the same position in each sentence.





Clue 1


There's even more misdirection here. That's not nice. Pretend like that message doesn't even exist.




Clue 2


Hmm, that's not all that doesn't exist...




Solution


The notecard lines are broken in various places, marking letters. Those letters create the message: "I am Warren Ash."




Clue 3


Have you spotted any anomalies in the background?




Clue 4


Try and walk the line...





Clue 1


There's even more misdirection here. That's not nice. Pretend like that message doesn't even exist.




Clue 2


Hmm, that's not all that doesn't exist...




Solution


The notecard lines are broken in various places, marking letters. Those letters create the message: "I am Warren Ash."




Clue 3


Have you spotted any anomalies in the background?




Clue 4


Try and walk the line...





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