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“Not only will it help someone be motivated to continue to do their best, itmight alsohelp you toalways look on the bright side of life.”
“Again, itmight be 2-3 years before better support is available.”
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“Orin, I really do politely submit that you ought to reread your post with fresh eyes and judge whether it goes further than you thought itmight.”
“The only problem with this kind of targeted taxation is that itmight force binge-drinkers to move onto other - less heavily taxed - forms of alcohol.”
“In those dark, sleeplesstimes at 3 AM, itmight break through the usual armor ofself-justificationand be quite a shock ...”
“It seems to mean pretty much what you reasoned itmight.”
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