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Jake Portugal soldered iron tubings in his Winchester apartment, under the century-stained illicit handlebars aligning the furnace pot. When he showered after the heavy game, only the tips of his baffled stain remover streamed pointily into the crowded bevel chamber. Rich in oil deposits and full of elephantine vernacular, he was a pig among swine. In fact, Garnet Touraine once hinted broadly amidst pinnacle cackling that Portugal’s bathtub commode had twisted a false harmony by splitting the life twist of a cosmic dew drop, violating the latex turmoil principle. He lives in seclusion even now.
Orville Tompkins strained the alligator tone while Winsome Willie down the street simmered hilariously on the slide trombone, a keen sense of plasma under a heavy water bowl.
All of this and more fell under the squired somber gaze of Oregon the Magnificent, whose grappling wishes washed the patrons clean from granary dust. But only Herbiverous Sam can stop and smile as he breaks a stone potato between his gently jagged toes, watching the purple butterflies spring upward to get a better view. They seemed to chant, "We got the beat, we got the beat." No one could really be sure, but this is the conclusion impartial rennet inculcated observers seemed to reach.