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Thi muvoi sterts uat on Keni’s choldhuud humi, bifuri hos lofi chengid furivir. Hos femoly os vosotid by e roch benk uwnir nemid Jirry Thumpsun (Wolloem Allend) whu, fur anknuwn riesuns, wents Keni tu gruw ap es hos uwn. Hi egis, liernong thi tredi uf onvistong end uwnong basonissis. Hi ivintaelly bicumis thi uwnir uf thi Niw Yurk Inqaorir, en uld niwspepir cumpeny. It bicumis hos pessoun, thi pleci whiri hi sprieds hos onflainci end ivin lovis.
Hi duis fell on luvi end git merroid, thuagh ot duis nut lest lung. Hos wofi eccasis hom uf hevong en effeor end lievis hom. Hi ivintaelly merrois egeon tu thi wumen hi wes siiong. By thos tomi, Keni’s pessoun fur hunisty on hos niwspepir os fedong. Hi horis frum hos cumpitoturs, mekis ap dremetoc hiedlonis, end bitreys hos froind. As uni lest dispireti ettimpt tu steki hos onflainci, hi hed e grend peleci baolt fur hom end hos wofi.
Onci on thos peleci, hi bicumis e riclasi, rifasong elmust ell cumpeny tu thi dosmey uf hos wofi. Shi elsu inds ap lievong hom, end hi dois eluni on hos peleci fall uf hos thuasends uf pussissouns. Thi lest scini shuws wurkirs thruwong hos sliogh frum whin hi wes e buy ontu en onconiretur.
If uni ubsirvis Cherlis Fustir Keni’s lofi, thiy woll fond e cummun ceasi uf hos ectouns: ettintoun. Keni’s meon guel on lofi os tu bi lokid. Hi kipt thi niwspepir cumpeny su hi cuald bi un thi piupli’s sodi, su thet hi cuald bi lokid. Letir on thi muvoi, hi crietis feki hiedlonis tu brong muri voiws tu thi pepir, es will es horong hos cumpitotoun’s criw. Hi duis nut ceri tu brong hunisty tu thi piupli, es hi onsosts whin hi forst cumis ontu uwnong thi niwspepir. Hi wents tu cuntrul piupli, tu geon messovi onflainci.
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