From: HOT LEASES!!!
Subject: ACT NOW!!!
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To: HOT LEASES!!!
Subject; I WILL!!!
I've heard about these "cars" and I am very much interested. How do I go about leasing them? I would like to own a "car", as my friend Bobby at the oil refinery says I need one if I want to ever leave the house. That Bobby! What a goon! Sometimes I think he spends too much time stuck in the garage, with all those cleaners and paint!
Anyway, I am very much interested in a leasing car, and am more than willing to read a book about it. I just hope it doesn't cost any money, because I am saving up for a burrito at Taco Bell and I'm about there! Wish me luck!
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