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By Dr. Verbos Metikulos

HONE IN: My colleague at the Institute for the Linguistically Impaired, Dr. Winton Prolix, was telling me the other day that he couldn’t concentrate on a recent speech. Windy, as we call him, had gone to a meeting at the Underbelly, Texas, town hall, where the discussion was on whether we should have zoning.

All Windy could remember was how “Honest Al,” of Johnson’s Used Car’s, kept honing in on points of information.

“Doesn’t he know you home in on something?” he kept asking around the Fowler Lounge.

Nurse Garrel S. Utter thought for a moment. “”Maybe he homes his knife blades,” he replied.

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