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First guy says, “You know, I could have been a Mind Doctor.” 

And his friend says, “Well why didn’t you?” 

And the first guy says, “That’s weird, that’s what all my patients asked me too.”

 

 

Whenever asked “what they thought”
this one group would always say
they couldn’t answer yet since
they weren’t finished.

 

Hey – heads up, who better to tell you
what you need to know than those who don’t?

 

Speech is always saying more than it knows.

 

In the middle of the road of life,
(at least as far as he’d come up to now),
this one kid stood up tall and loudly announced,
“I ain’t walking a mile in NOBODY’S shoes!”

J.

 

 

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