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Wednesday, 11 March 2009

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Where The Notes Wind Up

Insurance salesman, Charles "Brownie" Brown of Billyville stopped suddenly in the middle of busy Boogertown Main Street sidewalk Monday, obstructing the paths of 2 pedestrians and 7 stray dogs as he frantically searched his messenger bag for a pen, all of this so he could immortalize a tragically stupid notion on a scrap of paper.

According to witnesses looking out from the Sandwich Shop and Purdy's Hardware, while the dogs stopped and whizzed in turn and marked his leg, the 39-year-old repeated the pointless idea to himself over and over while looking for the writing utensil, in order to insure the conservation of his wonderful idea.

"This is why I always carry my little notebook" Brownie told one pedestrian who replied, "Who gives a shit? You piss on yourself? Your leg's wet!""

Then Brownie, who underlined, starred, had it plastic coated at Embry's Printing Shop and later e-mailed the thought to himself, apparently believing that a single human being on earth might one day want to hear about it.

"This is good. I like it, I like it a lot."

Apparently the moronic bullshit idea had to do with what color roses go best on bedroom wallpaper to match his pink bedspread.

"Here now, what's happened to my pant leg?"

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