- Just sent this to Monge-Irizarry:
So, looks like the article about Pirone and the killer isn't there anymore.
Whatever the page says, it boils down to: The article you're looking
for isn't here. If it ever was here. Which we're not saying it was.
Which we don't even know what article it is you're looking for because
although there's a link to its page that includes the title of the
article that never was here it never was here. That's why it's not
here anymore. We're not even actually sure of the actual definition
of "it." Or that a verb like " 's" even exists when it's (uh-oh)
referring to an article that never existed. We're not even sure of
the actual definition of "an." Isn't that a Chinese given name? We
have some articles on Chinese given names, although that spelling is
just a phonetic excuse to offer a link that will take you away from
this page and maybe you won't even find your way back to Mesha's page
where people are talking about the information in the article that
wasn't ever here. If it even existed anywhere. If it did, it wasn't
here. Which it didn't. Exist. Here. Or anywhere. Wouldn't you like
to read about Chinese names?
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