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“I'll have a chef’s salad, dressing on the side please.”
“Every so often I'll have a dream where I'm being chased by some kind of monster.”
“I’ll do the rest by hand.”
“Hi. You've reached Misty. I'm not available to take your call right now, but please leave a message and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.”
“I'll warn you - It's still pretty damp.”
“I know that it's highly unlikely that anyone will publish it, but I figured, 'What the hell...'”
“OK. Well, I'll take it.”
“I'll tell you what I'll do: I'll give it to you for seventy-five hundred, and I'll throw in the cover and helmet for free.”
“So now I'll open the floor for questions.”
“You'll pass a coffee shop on your right. Right after that, veer off to the left and you'll see it on the left side of the street.”
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