I can read "There is" or "There are" and "It is not" or "He who" when they start a quote. By the time those get typed out by instinct, the general flow of grammar and common phrases in the quotes fill in the rest. I've yet to decrypt an entire quote without having to type a single letter. That sounds like a real talent!
PS: even after all this time, I can't see the word "nothing" without at least highlighting the Ns!
Slotted spoons don't hold much soup. - Stephen Sondheim