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Writers’ Blokke

Testing Testing Testing

A fictional accounting of failure

“We missed the tests. We didn’t understand we were being tested on the simplest of levels.”

“Cassie how can you know that?”

“We’ve been failing since 1964. That’s the last time we passed.”

“All the suffering could have been avoided. We didn’t see it and we didn’t understand.”

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