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  • I walked by this bike and I thought this would be a good story to tell about a blue bike for my advanced online media

    class. But then I was thinking how do I begin to tell a classroom full of adults a story on a blue bike. What should I

    say, how should I say it? I’m drawing a blank, that happens often, on how I can BS a story on a blue freaking bike.

    Maybe it was not my brightest idea to take a picture of a bike and not have a story, fair point Kyle. But, I have had

    theories; nothing germane to the story, on what story would be about. But that last sentence sounds a bit like an

    oxymoron, because it is relevant but it’s not important I should say. Where do I go from here and how in the world do

    I end this awful story telling? Not sure, so lets just call this the ball game.
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