Tired of @#$%

Do @#$%ing folks @#$%ing think @#$%ing adding "@#$% "before @#$%ing every @#$%ing word @#$%ing adds @#$%ing clarity? @#$%ing no? @#$%, then @#$%ing why the @#$% do I @#$%ing hear "@#$%ing" so @#$%ing much on the @#$%ing sidewalk in @#$%ing broad @#$%ing

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Published March 01, 2007.Tired of @#$%

Do @#$%ing folks @#$%ing think @#$%ing adding "@#$% "before @#$%ing every @#$%ing word @#$%ing adds @#$%ing clarity? @#$%ing no? @#$%, then @#$%ing why the @#$% do I @#$%ing hear "@#$%ing" so @#$%ing much on the @#$%ing sidewalk in @#$%ing broad @#$%ing daylight? @#$%ing learn @#$%ing English.

I'm @#$%ing tired. You @#$%s.

@#$%ed off

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