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Not a Customer by
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Prompted By Customer Service

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Are people merely “consumers” seeking to get the best deal from health “providers” based on market factors (and their satisfaction is important so they will keep being customers?) Or are they just people needing to heal? 
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It’s All One by
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Prompted By Drugs and Alcohol

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It was a fall afternoon when Ron and his friend appeared with the acid and what the hell, we had nothing better to do.
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I’m late, I’m late Retroflash by
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Prompted By Procrastination

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Don't you hate the state of late?
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Chestertown Follies by
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There were songs for the sisters, the grandchildren, the in-laws, and the whole “cast”.  We thought they were pretty clever.
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The Magic Potion by
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"Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution." – Albert Einstein
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You Never Forget by
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Prompted By Riding a Bicycle

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They say you never forget how to ride—it is, after all, “just like riding a bicycle”.
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The Little MG That Couldn’t by
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Prompted By Car Trouble

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Sally gallantly offered that I could take the MG, but I wouldn’t consider it—far too untrustworthy to risk taking over the bridge.
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Keeping Warm by
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The downside of a house of mementoes is that it is hard to throw anything out.  I think the oldest thing I  have is something that eluded getting thrown out by several generations, but I don’t really know its story.  This is all I know.
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In the Before Time Retroflash. by
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Prompted By Broadcast News

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In the Before time, every evening the news god spoke.
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Named After by
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Prompted By What's in a Name

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“You don’t look Chinese!”
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