Sunday, July 13, 2014

The Motivational Nature of Speeches

tobi was a chinese spy sent to the united states in order to alleviate the local's misunderstandings about china, and chinese domestic affairs. 


"So you see that only I can save Shangri-La's babies from despair and ruin," closed Midge T. Liberty. He had closed very well, and, as a true member of the society, bowed, and then walked down into the dirty masses.

He happened to sit next on a pedestal next to Tobi. What a surprise! "Hey...Tobi, right," said Midget, as though casual, but his conversation was cut short.

"Do you know about teep?"

"I've heard that his name is teep," said Midge T. "Didn't you get shot to shit, or something, just trying to save it?"

"It?" said Tobi.

Midge T. nodded. "In English, pronouns can often be allocated to designate, say, something of negligible value. You will be wise to hear of this, please take it close to your heart."

And with that, Midge T.'s time was over, and he got up and walked away.

There was a certain wind that blew over Shangri-La as Midge T. finally retired to his bedroom. Tobi felt this now, and he forgot the question that had been a goblin his mind.

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