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As Karl strolled out of the theater, he could feel that a vagary was about to happen. Using his olfactory organs, Karl inhaled the vileness of the atmosphere.
Suddenly, a volatile substance exploded outside of the theater. Secreting a smell of stale smoke and burnt flesh.
A plethora of people gathered around the scene. Men and women began to disparage Karl for remaining at the scene in close proximity to the explosion.
The Crowd dissipated. What happened outside of the theater was esoteric. Refurbishing of the crumbled street and charred walls would need to be done.
The crowd began to concoct an explanation. Becky, the girl with the orange mane, became churlish. She said that Karl had been on the scene and that the explosion had to have been a derivative of his presence.
They came to a consensus, differentiating innocent from guilty. They decided it was Becky's dog, Herbert, who was notorious for having nuclear weapons harbored in his collar. Karl attested to this axiom.
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