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The Sorrows of a Customs Girl

April 11, 2009

Sat Apr 11 11:05:16 2009

In other words, behold, the widow made
her so, alas, about a half a thought,
in short exhausted gasps, hurrah. The show
itself. The future. Now, remember? There,
the outward motives to remunerate
the girls together on the run away,
in their resemblance to her father, who
maintained the theory, his enchanted by
the hand, a rattlesnake in there. In all
the notions of remorse. The question of
direct perception, bless her father, has
the state. The only time the lightning struck.
In which the wind, her hands, her eyes; sometimes
the weather moderated. It’s the most
effective dress, the king in that. The end!

Texts statistically analyzed:
John Stuart Mill, Utilitarianism
Mark Twain, Huckleberry Finn
Hildegard G. Frey, The Campfire Girls at Camp Keewaydin
Edith Wharton, The Custom of the Country
Kenneth McGaffey, The Sorrows of a Show Girl

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