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Copy and Past 
 Like a Euro dollar or even Canadian Money there must be a way to save lost 
sentences the web pages erased with restarts and hastes to find them again in 
the World Wide Web so many people are learning to master the art of the 
internet. Eye like to copy and past most anyold things pictures of dandelions 
seeds and poems. Reminisces of grace. Restated problems. Restarted 
boredom. Sometimes the mouse clicks and then doubles the problems begin 
when the green SQUARES start crawling the lag monster eating the web page is 
seen as a physical thing. The length of a title box grabs my attention this is the 
message not hidden in my fabel when the number of characters was limited eye 
used to copy and past the whole fabel then past it in the title box and there was 
the title. The woman was Filicia she was making her last name too long with 
circles and arrows and clicks sounding like beetles it looked something like this 
Jamearrowsonmormonbreadlongfellow so she called all her markers inn she 
went to the Yahoo offices and stayed in California until they lengthened all the 
TITLE boxes on the internet so she could copy and past her namme inn them. 
Now when the fabulist CharlaX copies his fables and past them in the title boxes 
the whole dang fabel is pasted in the boxes and HE losses a lot of time in 
erasing the crinkle paper then going back in the boxes and adding the title to 
fabel again what a chore no small thing to do depending on the length of the 
fabel so true some are short some are long but they all have to do to make 
children to smile and old women to weep to make young men to sleep and old 
men to smile. GOD bless ewe Filicia Jamearrowsonmormonbreadlongfellow. 

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