ZOOM, Series I; 413
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The servant I want you show all the time thank you very much Martin. OK. This is a letter sent in Mandy Metzger plummets Indiana. It's one of the longest records. The word is for you. It is an old for. It. Here's a letter from Carrie of Kalamazoo Michigan. We are a small club called the Concerned kids. We are concerned about the world and we're trying to do something about it for example. You know getting up a petition from St.. Why don't you step closer and try to.
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in a circus. I think he knows exactly what we need. Watch this.
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What are these drumsticks. Nice foreclosures. Yeah just like my little brother he threw the thing that you know I mean these people eat with chopsticks. They're not really very hard to handle you know you have to do is put this one in between your family your forefinger and then just like a pencil and put the other one the same way and you kind of folded on to you know leave it with your feeling. Yes you're right. Oh yeah and then you yes go get it and you got all the fruit. So sometimes you can't even read your mouth I think it read the German little brother eating with his fingers and staff.
At. That age. Not. That. Much. Many of you have written about pollution. We're going to pollution. Thank. You.
There. We. Have it. Finally. You Miley. Now here's a poem by Martin from Houston Texas. Lucian that. Solution. I do and do you think something. Has no mind. Please say we created it so let's make it.
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some like to. Get along so nicely. My tour was really friendly and everything in that room you know just got me needin. It wasn't like we got you know something. So we started talking about people you know that's a good. Thing to have you know something like this should be said to say we you know we were talking behind each other's backs make good friends and we are but we sometimes we talk about each other behind their backs just really stupid if you have something to say say it to their face.
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