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Miracles- The Clowns Don't Lie.

Let me tell you something.


If you have a whim, humor it.

I'll tell you I'm nearing an unexpected success story, after all this time spent fucking with disaster.


It's like this:

Somebody found the cure for cancer with AIDs. They cancel each other out.

Now the Hospice is going out of business.

It's a fucking miracle- more impressive than any magnet.


So chin up, Heavy Heart, you're going to be just fine.


And if all it goes to Hell, at least we'll both keep warm by brimstone.

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