Editing Dave Barry
This isn't particularly important or telling, but I do find it interesting:
A version of Dave Barry's latest column, on Miami fans' love of the Heat, went online with this passage (italics mine): "But I believe that many of us, if we are honest with ourselves, know in our heart of hearts that this is not the sacred undying lifelong-commitment love of holy matrimony. This is more the hasty squirting backseat passion of Prom Night."
But in the paper a day later that last sentence read: "This is more the hasty groping backseat passion of Prom Night."
(And yet prom night is capped in both examples. Yes, I know Barry loves the whole "capitalization for effect" game, but just what effect do we get when prom night is capped? )