Thursday, January 18, 2007

Conjugating the Passive Proverb

In a complex, sophisticated world of rapidly changing socio-political struggle, few among us would dispute the wisdom of sequestering a representative aliquot of concrete material means dedicated to and reserved for unforeseen diurnal emergencies relating to copious amounts of naturally occurring aqueous compounds descending from the lower regions of earth’s upper atmosphere. Or, if you insist, we ought save for a rainy day.

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