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Eat your heart out, New York Times; More CM World's Firsts:
  1. First ever Pulitzer worthy Poetry with a moral as Prologue to Treadmill For Sale classified ad, and
  2. First ever Electric Treadmill ad written in Faulknerian stream of consciousness prose with more ellipses than the whole of A Light in August
Lose Weight And Gain Poetic Abilities
by Heather Jackson
Once upon a midnight dreary,
A man came in, full of fury
The wind was harsh, the temp was low
Too cold for his walk, he couldn't go

Columbia Magazine as he checked his mail
He saw the treadmill we had for sale
He denied the offer, refused to buy
His true needs, he did deny

He didn't realize he had sealed his fate
30 pounds later- it was too late

This proves that acting now is the best to do
Hurry fast, before this sad fate befalls YOU!
heheh...we have a Weslo Cadence G-40 Electric Treadmill for new...less than 8 hours on it...paid 287. plus tax...will sell for 200. no tax!! It folds up and I live in town...thanks!!270.805.1467 or

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