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The dim light in the morning made it difficult for me to see her at first, but as it turned out, it wasn’t the light that was dim.
She was walking down the side of the road, with the traffic. She could have used the sidewalk, but I suppose she figured the baby carriage she was pushing would help cushion the blow in the event a car happened to hit her.
The person in front of me at the “15 items” register was buying out the Eggo waffles, frozen peas, and little French bread pizzas. It was one of those “Buy 10 and save” sales and he had twenty of each in his shopping cart.
I hazarded a comment and told him that his sixty items exceeded the fifteen item limit and he said, “No no, you misunderstand. I only have three items. Eggo waffles, frozen peas, and pizzas.” I left well enough alone, realizing that the one thing that was in fact 15 or less was his IQ.
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