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Sam is walking on the along the riverbank in Paris. When he looks over he thinks he sees his friend Moses but he isn’t sure, for the river is wide. He decides to take the bridge to see if it really is Moses on the other side. Moses is walking on the opposite riverbank, when he looks over and thinks he sees his friend Sam on the other side of the river. He decides to take the bridge to see whether it really is Sam. On the bridge it turns out to be neither.

Sam is walking on the along the riverbank in Paris. When he looks over he thinks he sees his friend Moses but he isn’t sure, for the river is wide. He decides to take the bridge to see if it really is Moses on the other side. Moses is walking on the opposite riverbank, when he looks over and thinks he sees his friend Sam on the other side of the river. He decides to take the bridge to see whether it really is Sam. On the bridge it turns out to be neither. They are both on the other side of the bridge. Moses is standing on the other side. He decides to cross the street to get closer to Sam. On the other side of the street they are both standing. Sam is standing. He decides to cross the street to get closer to Moses. On the other side of the street they are both standing. Moses is standing. He decides to cross the street to get closer to Sam. On the other side of the street they are both standing. Sam is standing. He decides to cross the street to get closer to Moses. On the other side of the street they are both standing. Moses is standing. He decides to cross the street to get closer to Sam. On the other side of the street they are both standing. Sam is standing. He decides to cross the street to get closer to Moses. On the other side of the street they are both standing. Moses is standing. He decides to cross the street to get closer to Sam. On the other side of the street they are both standing. Sam is standing. He decides to cross the street to get closer to Moses. On the other side of the street they are both standing. Moses is standing. He decides to cross the street to get closer to Sam. On the other side of the street they are both standing. Sam is standing. He decides to cross the street to get closer to Moses. On the other side of the street they are both standing. Moses is standing. He decides to cross the street to get closer to Sam. On the other side of the street they are both standing. Sam is standing. He decides to cross the street to get closer to Moses. On the other side of the street they are both standing. Moses is standing. He decides to cross the street to get closer to Sam. On the other side of the street they are both standing. Sam is standing. He decides to cross the street to get closer to Moses.

Sam is walking on the along the riverbank in Paris. When he looks over he thinks he sees his friend Moses but he isn’t sure, for the river is wide. He decides to take the bridge to see if it really is Moses on the other side. Moses is walking on the opposite riverbank, when he looks over and thinks he sees his friend Sam on the other side of the river. He decides to take the bridge to see whether it really is Sam. On the bridge it turns out to be neither. They are both on the ground. And both have the same height. So they both get down in a row. Moses is about to cross the bridge and go back to the bridge. Sam is going back to the bridge, and he will cross it again. But in a few minutes he will be back on the other side. He will be able to cross it and cross back again.Moses will be able to cross the bridge because the bridge is not very high. On the other side of the bridge he will be able to step over and step over the other side. He will be able to step over the bridge and get back to the other side. He will be able to cross the bridge and get back to the other side. He will be able to cross the bridge and get back to the other side. He will be able to step over the bridge and get back to the other side. He will be able to step over the bridge and get back to the other side. He will be able to step over the bridge and get back to the other side. He will be able to step over the bridge and get back to the other side. He will be able to cross it and get back to the other side. He will be able to step over it and get back to the other side. He will be able to cross it and get back to the other side. He will be able to cross the bridge and get back to the other side. He will be able to cross the bridge and get back to the other side. He will be able to step over it and get back to the other side. He will be able to cross the bridge and get back to the other side. He will be able to cross it and get back to the other side. He will be able to step over it and get back to the other side. He will be able to cross the bridge and get back to the other side.

Sam is walking on the along the riverbank in Paris. When he looks over he thinks he sees his friend Moses but he isn’t sure, for the river is wide. He decides to take the bridge to see if it really is Moses on the other side. Moses is walking on the opposite riverbank, when he looks over and thinks he sees his friend Sam on the other side of the river. He decides to take the bridge to see whether it really is Sam. On the bridge it turns out to be neither. The only person on the bridge is himself, the bridge is a dike, and he is walking along the other side. He gets off the bridge and walks along the other side. He sits on the other side of the dike and looks over his shoulder to where Moses is standing. He sees him and gives him a look of complete self-sufficiency. He thinks he sees the other Moses on the other side of the bridge, and he is looking at him. He gives him a look of complete detachment. He thinks he sees the other Moses sitting on the other side of the bridge. He sees him and gives him a look of total self-sufficiency. He thinks he sees the other Moses sitting on the other side of the bridge. He sees him and gives him a look of total detachment. He thinks he sees the other Moses sitting on the other side of the bridge. He sees him and gives him a look of total detachment. He thinks he sees the other Moses sitting on the other side of the bridge. He sees him and gives him a look of total detachment. He thinks he sees the other Moses sitting on the other side of the bridge. He sees him and gives him a look of total detachment. He thinks he sees the other Moses sitting on the other side of the bridge. He sees him and gives him a look of total detachment. He thinks he sees the other Moses sitting on the other side of the bridge. He sees him and gives him a look of total detachment. He thinks he sees the other Moses sitting on the other side of the bridge. He sees him and gives him a look of total detachment. He thinks he sees the other Moses sitting on the other side of the bridge. He sees him and gives him a look of total detachment. He thinks he sees the other Moses sitting on the other side of the bridge. He sees him and gives him a look of total detachment.

Sam is walking on the along the riverbank in Paris. When he looks over he thinks he sees his friend Moses but he isn’t sure, for the river is wide. He decides to take the bridge to see if it really is Moses on the other side. Moses is walking on the opposite riverbank, when he looks over and thinks he sees his friend Sam on the other side of the river. He decides to take the bridge to see whether it really is Sam. On the bridge it turns out to be neither. He has taken the bridge, and they are standing on the other side. They have been separated from the bridge by a short distance. They are alone on the other side. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. There is a line of people in the line who are waiting for the other side. They are all walking toward the other shore. They are all walking toward the other shore. They are all walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties. They are walking toward the other shore. They are both in their thirties.

Sam is walking on the along the riverbank in Paris. When he looks over he thinks he sees his friend Moses but he isn’t sure, for the river is wide. He decides to take the bridge to see if it really is Moses on the other side. Moses is walking on the opposite riverbank, when he looks over and thinks he sees his friend Sam on the other side of the river. He decides to take the bridge to see whether it really is Sam. On the bridge it turns out to be neither. The bridge is dry. He walks along the shore to the other side of the river. The dryness is what hes looking for. He walks on the dry river to the other side of the river. He walks down the other side of the river. He stands on the other side of the river. He walks back up the river. He stands on the dry river again. He walks along the other side of the river. He walks back down the other side of the river. He stands on the dry river again. He walks along the other side of the river. He walks back down the other side of the river. He walks along the other side of the river. He stands on the dry river again. He walks along the other side of the river. He stands on the dry river again. He walks along the other side of the river. He stands on the dry river again. He walks along the other side of the river. He stands on the dry river again. He walks along the other side of the river. He stands on the dry river again. He stands on the dry river again. He walks along the other side of the river. He stands on the dry river again. He walks along the other side of the river. He stands on the dry river again. He walks along the other side of the river. He stands on the dry river again. He walks along the other side of the river. He stands on the dry river again. He walks along the other side of the river. He stands on the dry river again. He stands on the dry river again. He stands on the dry river again. He stands on the dry river again. He stands on the dry river again. He stands on the dry river again. He stands on the dry river again. He stands on the dry river again. He stands on the dry river again. He stands on the dry river again. He stands on the dry river again.

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