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Redemption3.14

Agency of Cörrespondences + Communiqués — 14

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Gen­tle­men, it sure has been a long time, hasn’t it? I can’t believe I nev­er told Jes­si­ca the way I felt, and now it’s like grad­u­a­tion night all over again. She’s get­ting on a plane to art school, and I’m left all alone.
Jack Brody
Sci­ence Teacher, Home­town Boy
Fre­mont, Nebras­ka

Gen­tle­men, no way is our ten year reunion gonna end like this! Look, Jack, we are your best friends in the whole world, and it’s clear that there is some­thing between you and Jes­si­ca. We’re get­ting in my van right now and head­ing to Oma­ha!
Peter Trac­er
Vend­ing Machine Spe­cial­ist, Best Friend
Fre­mont, Nebras­ka

Gen­tle­men, ain’t no way this van is get­ting to Oma­ha tonight. Huh? A heli­copter?
Al Klinkaid
AAA Mechan­ic, Bear­er of Bad News
Some­where Along 275, Nebras­ka

Gen­tle­men, I was halfway back to New York City, when I real­ized that I left some­thing here: You, Jack. I nev­er knew that I had put my work ahead of my heart until we danced on that gym floor tonight. And I nev­er want the song to end ever again.
Jes­si­ca D’Faunze
Pro­fes­sor, Insti­tute of Fine Arts, NYU 
Some­where Along 275, Nebras­ka

Oink oink.
Mr. Pig­ster
High School Mas­cot, Best Friend
Fre­mont, Nebras­ka