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Hands out the assignments, typeset, pasteup, takes the mechanicals to the printer in  Misky Bay, does the labels and mailing, distribution, fills in on some local stories if he’s got time.
This lad was a bouncer at a bar down in Misky Bay, tried to throw out some drunk.
They dropped so goddamn many tons of the stuff overboard that nobody dare let down an anchor to this day in Misky Bay.
To his right the blue circle of Omaloor Bay, on the left the rough shore that reeled miles away to Misky Bay.
Here’s a depraved lad of twenty-nine went around to the Goldenvale Rest Home and persuaded a seventy-one-year-old lady to come along in his truck for a visit to the shopping mall in Misky Bay.
The choirmaster in Misky Bay pled guilty on Monday to sexual assault and molestation of more than a hundred boys over the past twelve years.
Also in Misky Bay an American tourist arrested for fondling young boys at the municipal swimming pool.
Helicopter took most of the crew to Misky Bay Hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation.
You get on the plane in Misky Bay, there’s so much ice on the wings and the wind from hell you doubt the plane can make it, but it does, and when it glides down and lands, when they throws open the door, my son, I want to tell you the smell of hot summer and suntan oil and exhaust fumes make you cry with pleasure.
We’ll run that story next to the one on unknown insects biting employees in the Social Service office in Misky Bay after a recent influx of Peruvian immigrants.
But there he was at Tert Card’s window frame with the phone against his ear, running the stories through the computer, pasting up the pages, driving the mechanicals down to Misky Bay to the print shop.
Last week we had the sawmill story, story on the new National Historic Park in Misky Bay, demonstration over foreign fishing off the Virgin Rocks, another demonstration against the high electric rates, the shrimp processors’ strike—good, solid local stories—and we had to cramp ‘em in very hard.
It was like a parlor game down in Misky Bay to take a squint at babies and young children, see if they looked like ‘Erold.
Get it in the morning in Misky Bay when he took the paper in to be printed.
It was like a parlor game down in Misky Bay to take a squint at babies and young children, see if they looked like ‘.