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'I'm now going to open the floor to questions.'
"I'm so nervous! I feel like you're all in my stomach."
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'Dang, I forgot my notes!'
'And I say, if pies were outlawed, only outlaws would have pies!'
'And that's why I don't think that cartoon is funny.'
'. . . Doom gloom. . . horror. . . shock. . . nightmare scenario. . .'
'And the record proves my mistakes are as valid today as they were when I first made them.'
Orator translates in many languages.
'To help you overcome your fear of snakes, I've arranged for you to give a public speech on the subject.'
The Walking TED Talk.
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Booger-Boy Scandal 5: 'A-hem, 'Sorry if you mistook something I said as somehow being offensive. Now everyone should stop dwelling of the past and just get over it.''
Eddy's mom suggested that he do his speech on cue cards.
"C'mon boy, speak! Speak!"
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'Before I read the investment committee's report - I would remind everyone that I never asked to be on this committee.'
'Could you speak a little louder?'
'Honestly how ridiculous! It says here that men who read out snippets from the newspaper are frustrated orators!'
'Before I read the investment committee's report - I would remind everyone that I never asked to be on this damn committee.'
'I can't tell you how happy I am to be here wherever I am today ...'
'. . . however, in the brand-new global ball-game of macro-economics we blah blah blather blah. . .'
'It's a pity you lost to the Tortoise Dad, you had written a great victory speech...'
'He's been ranting without notes for half an hour.'
'Straying from the subject, Danny, is not distance learning.'