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“This one's quite a bit cheaper... but it has a six-hour layover in Atlanta.”
“It's so much easier to order something than to spend all that time going to the grocery store, cooking, washing dishes... Not to mention I'm not that good of a cook to begin with.”
“It's not bad... for what it is.”
“This one's a lot more durable than the old one.”
“Bethany is a lot quieter in real life than she is over the phone.”
“They're more energy efficient than conventional bulbs because they generate a lot less heat.”
“Home ownership is more trouble than it's worth.”
“In many ways, people are worse off now than they were 10 years ago.”
“It's awfully cold for March.”
“Honestly, I feel more relieved than anything.”
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