It seems we are permitted to ignore punctuation, in which case a palindrome of any length can be achieved simply. Short example:
"E C I F F O S R O T C O D E H T T A M A X E E Y E S I H G N I R U D T O P E L B B O C D L E I F R E T S E H C D L A W S O D A I S," said Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot during his eye exam at the doctor's office.
Obviously the device of having a speaker say a bunch of letters can get us a palindrome as long as we want, but it's not too clever. It's much better for palindromes to be clever, in my opinion. This one of mine is just stupid
Can anyone tell me the better-known alias of the fictional character Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot?