The store has two levels, "G" and "C". You board with your cart at "C" and press "G". Nothing seems to happen. You get it. Then, other shoppers enter too quickly, worrying they aren't controlling their medley of groceries and children. Others are miffed. You, standing next to the buttons press and hold the "door open" button, so that the man using the cart as a walker can board. Then, you press the "door close" button. Their is a pause, during which someone says, "has anyone pressed the "G" button? Then, we rise.
I have many thoughts. Some of my colleagues and friends have written about voting history + among women, as have I. Still I ask, without creating an easily-sharable UML-standard flowchart: are you an informed voter? a Yes = vote b No = don't vote. 2 do you "plunk vote"? see b. vote differently, though. 3 story problem: "everyone likes cornflakes". Do you vote for the cornflakes? if so, b. 4 your reasons for voting are: he is cute. he is funny. She is a bitch. see b. 5 I have given money to a candidate: a, but you have done so already.
return sun on leaves on trees wind riffles through this; return bombs and dust thrust onto, into everything, moths, eyes, water, food; return weather, inexorable blue and sun and moon or appropriate overcast; ...rodents,roaches,and books, my pets ...songs,messages,calls,sounds to be sung again,said again,shout once more