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plain gold ring?

dig that…

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NCL? that radio we spoke of in 1997? https://the3rdonlive.wordpress.com

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– told you this would occur in 1991, dig?

page inside our story. think of it like this: if you’d, if we’d, they’d only had capitalized

on this or that’s idea, in one way or another; 🤔 it is that selected amount of time that is

not worth any more than we, you think. neat. consider the exercise we experience when

thought is consistently executed to make room for the exact amount of period. to think:

all the periods that fill so much less of a poem that goes by the same name as an hour.

create a new thing. the thing being whatever you wish. look at your watch, that clock

set along the same avenue of the zenith black and white tv it was happily purchased

on another continent to take care of the varied long hours of government information.

Published by Peace be with all, now. =')

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