Posted by Ken Edwards on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 Under: writing
They say that that’s what they say. They say that. They do say that. That’s what they’re saying I heard it on the radio. They do say that that’s what they say they say that they do. But do they? But do they they do. Believe me they do. No but do they? I don’t know I just heard it on the radio that’s what they’re saying. They said the same thing yesterday. Did they? Yes they did they said the same thing yesterday they’re always saying that. They’ve been on about it before. You don’t want to take too much notice of it. They’re always on about it. You don’t want to pay too much attention. But everybody’s talking about it they say everybody’s talking about it they say it was on the radio. They’re talking about what’s going to happen. What’s going to happen? I don’t know but they’re talking about it right now. They’re talking about it it was in the papers it was on television it was on the internet it was everywhere what they were talking about that’s what they’re talking about. That’s what they’re talking about but nobody knows really. Nobody knows really they may talk about it but they don’t really know. There’s a lot of talk but when it comes down to it they don’t know. Do they? No they don’t they don’t know. They really don’t know. They don’t know what’s going to happen. They don’t know what they’re talking about.

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