Mind Jogging Generator

The human mind can read sentences even if the characters are scrambled as long as the first and last letter of each word stays intact. Here is a PowerShell function to try out for yourself. It takes a sentence and scrambles the characters except for the first and last characters:

function Convert-Text
{
    param
    (
      $Text = 'Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.'
    )
    $words = $Text -split ' '

    $newWords = foreach($word in $words)
    {
        if ($word.Length -le 2)
        {
            $word
        }
        else
        {
            $firstChar = $word[0]
            $lastChar = $word[-1]
            $charLen = $word.Length -2
            $inbetween = $word[1..$charLen]
            $chars = $inbetween | Get-Random -Count $word.Length 
            $inbetweenScrambled = $chars -join ''
            "$firstChar$inbetweenScrambled$lastChar" 
        }
    }

    $newWords -join ' '
}

When you do not submit text, a sample sentence is used. Can you guess what it means?

 
PS C:> Convert-Text
Ealry to bed and erlay to rsie maeks a man hylhtea, wlhtaey and wies.  
 

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