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Tuesday, May 10, 2016

=This is a moticos?=

The next tieme a railroad rtrain is seen going its way along the grak, look quickly at the sides of the box cards because a moticos ay be there. Whether the train is standing still or speeding past you, a motics. Don’t try to catch up with it. It wasnts to go its way. But have your camera ready to snap its picture. It lkes those moments of being inside the nox. When your film is printed inand the moticos is inally seen it will not be seen, unless you past the photograph of the motoicos on the side of a box car so someone can see the motics os takes its picture. It may appear in your daily newspaper. Someone may put it there. Cut it out. Save it. Treasure it. Makes sure it is in a box or between the pages of a book for your grandchildren to find and enjoy.

The moticos is not only seen on railroad trains, but on It really disn’t necessary to see the motixoc or know where it is because I have seen them. Perhaps I might point them out ot you. The best way is to go about your buinsiness not thinking about silly moticos because when you begin seeing the , desrbing what they are or wher they are going isSo just make jsure you wake up from sleeping and go your way and go to sleep when yuowill. The moticos does that too and doesn not worry about you. Perhaps you are the moticos. Destroy this. Pste the ashes on the side of your automobile. And if anyone asks you why you have ashes pasted on the sides of your car tell them.

Or write thw ord motics on the top of your automobile. It loves moving and rain water. Not so many people will wonder. What it means. There will be no questions, hence no need for answers. And if you have an autombile, drive it to pleasant places because Have you seen a moticos lately? Perhaps you have . They are everwhere. As I write this I wish someone were here to point one out to me because I know they exist. Ray Jobnson.

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