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“We are working day and night to restore power to all the areas that have experienced outages.”
“It calls for vanilla extract. Do we still have any?”
“It seems to be trendy these days to have a bit of stubble. To me, it just looks messy.”
“Americans have a lot of misconceptions about us.”
“What do you have on tap?”
“Before we get started, I have something to tell everyone. I wanted to let you all know that I'm pregnant.”
“There's a few in the area, but they don't have that wide of a selection.”
“Why should I, as a taxpayer, have to bear the burden of supporting these people with my hard-earned money?”
“Before we can install the new counter, we'll have to rip up all this old linoleum, and possibly replace some of the underlying floor. ”
“We have a few more minutes, so I'd be happy to take some questions from the audience.”
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