I have to admit I stole this title off the internet. Someone asked me to make a play a couple of years ago and I was feeling like I didnt know how to do anything, So I said Sure! Ill make a play! And its going to be all about failure! So I Google searched the word (not something I normally do, and not a way I normally write but) and I found all these curious facts and artifacts and websitesone of them is called The Institute of Failurethat one is really beautifulif it still existsand one of them was a blog called Hello, Failure with the sub headline failure is the new success! Im not sure I agree with that last part, but I liked the words hello and failure together, the welcoming of itit seemed sane to be so friendly toward it but I didnt like the comma! Somehow the comma closes down the phrase for me. I cant explain it exactly. Its intuitive.
MRS. R Stucco is so practical isnt it? and it brings the room into three dimensions. JANET The room is in three dimensions.
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