Nobody believes that my puzzle is solvable so I will provide a solution below.
Obviously this means that I will not be putting a bounty on it because the puzzle's solution is now available on the internet.
The goal was to create a scavenger-hunt style puzzle that has lots of hints that look like typos and grammatical mistakes (every typo and grammatical error is intentional).
All of these hints are designed to eventually lead to an answer that is hidden in plain sight.
As usual we begin by reading the body of the puzzle:
dash the odds
cause evens are
dash them all
to uncover the Vail
We notice mention of dashes and 'Vail' (one of the inventors who created Morse code)
in addition to the cipher tag so we are led to believe that there is a hidden message in Morse code. We also notice the '/', which is typically used to indicate the separation of words in Morse code.
After replacing every odd-length word with '-' (and therefore every even length word with '.') the following message is produced:
.-. --- -/..- .--.
When translated 'the Vail is lifted' and this message is revealed:
At this point we know we either need to look vertically or for uppercase letters to apply ROT to. Both assumptions lead to the same result - the inconsistencies in the capitalization of the strangely-titled puzzle.
When we take all of the uppercase letters from the title of the inconsistently-uppercase puzzle we get:
Applying ROT13 reveals the message:
At this point we notice two important tags:
The title only states that we need to 'find' the password. This conclusion is confirmed by the lateral-thinking tag (which indicates that a creative solution is necessary) and the cipher's reference to TAGS.
In the end the answer to the puzzle is the same as the solution to the cipher:
This answer to the puzzle makes sense because the password is located in the tags of the question.
I hope that now that I have shown that the puzzle is coherent and solvable you can re-open it. Even though the puzzle is already solved, maybe somebody will have fun trying to solve the puzzle on their own.