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“By now i'd've thought New York City, that city which is itself the symbol of the melting pot that is America, would have listened to their own mayor and accepted the fact that NYC, according to their own website, already has 6500 churches and one more church won't make that much difference, unless, of course, you make a big stink about it.”
“i'd've said in vain, of course "apples to oranges", but paul showed us only the apples. duh. and i guess he missed the part about the "mad bitch"....”
“hope it was good. they made me work or i'd've joined ya :/ alas, need moneys to eat those meals zelda's recommendin' thus i work.”
“i opt for neither, of course, but then what would you expect ... maybe i get to be happy for a while, or for the rest of my while. i just wish i'd've finished all those bitter, sad, frustrated songs about the stupid peacock for album four first.”
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