1) every time he means its, jackson writes it's. which is three times in this example, which is 193 words long. that is 3/193 or 1/64 R1 (which doesn't mean anything but seemed worth including since i took the time to do long division on 193/3 with my finger on this desk to see if 193 was divisible by 3) or ~1.6%
2) something i already knew but you might not is that when jackson wants to write words with 'ize' in them he writes 'ise' via being a kiwi. also of note is that kiwis (and perhaps aussies? that part is debatable tbh) say 'zed' instead of 'zee' for the letter z and feel quite vehemently that there is no debating the accuracy of this. it is perhaps true that british fuckers might do this as well.
3) when jackson types on a word document, he uses verdana font size 10.
4) when writing for class, jackson uses scare quotes appropriately.
5) jackson makes the embarrassing error of typing 'many organization such as churches and the railway systems'.
6) really, it seems like a homework assignment about the font gill sans should have been written in gill sans, really.
7) it appears that jackson is still a supporter of the oxford comma.
8) i love you, jackson. [insert overly cute 'vacation photo' of us here.]