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PUN Control SIX

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by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Here are some curious quotations that make sense, even when they shouldn’t.
Have you ever used these phrases with authority?

“I am finding things to do so that I 
don’t have things to do.”

“We are focused on ambiguity.”

“There are six words in this sentence.”

#1 —  “It’s okay not to be okay. Okay?”
#2 —  “No?”

“As X approaches Zero, it is both growing and shrinking at the same time.”

“We completely support the partial budget.
However, our opponents only partially support the complete budget.”

“All differences are the same when the expressions are identical.”

T — “If you turn around and go the opposite way, we can go forward.”
V — “Forward . . . as in reverse my course?

“Half of the team is for change. The other half is for changing the team.”

P — “What time is it?”
S — “Time to quit this watch.”
P — “Seriously, what time is it?”
S — “Quitting time (serious tone).”

“When it’s cold, I stand in a corner, because it’s 90 degrees.”

“Grocery store clerks always have bags under their eyes.”

“If we shoot a pistol at an avocado, can we call it Glockamole?

F — “Why did you put super glue on one of my darts when we were 13 years old?”
M — “You just can’t let it go, can you?”

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