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Vladimir Pussycat

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Sometimes a train of thought is like a meandering wind. Sometimes it’s a smooth ride through a hilly, verdant countryside. Other times you may find yourself on a jerky local that’s breaking down in Yonkers. And on occasion, you may be inspired to step aboard one of those super fast, ultra direct (and very silver) bullets.

But even the steadiest train of thought can be instantly derailed by a phrase like “Moscow Cat Circus.”

See? You used to be thinking about trains.

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