What Beckett Thought

 

Beckett thought that the ideal performer for his work was Buster Keaton.  Beckett thought that cinemas were lonely places of enforced isolation.  Beckett thought that it could be held using local talent instead of bringing in someone from outside of St. John's.  Beckett thought that sixteen-pence a stripe was not too much to award him.  Beckett thought that was a close shave. Beckett thought that she might have a fibromyalgia syndrome.   Beckett thought that this guy was his replacement.  Beckett thought that was probably a fair deal.  Beckett thought that the guy in the waiting room was not going to be happy about this.  Beckett thought that one of the worst things about torture and pain is that it is repetitive.

 

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