A man walks up to a precocious puzzler while holding a camera. He hands the precocious puzzler a piece of paper that says:
From age 0 to 6 months squirrels can eat many acorns. Fifteen is not unique so much as nineteen is prime. Weirdly Kafka seemed to forget chapters 10 and 13's parallel structure.
The initially flummoxed youth ponders for a second, looks up with a grin and says a word.
What does the precocious puzzler say?