And Speaking Of Segue... | YSIW

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Have you ever experienced an uninterrupted transition from one piece of music or film scene to another?

We haven't either.

But have you ever experienced gelatinous goo, blue or otherwise, from the sea? We have, too!

The blue gelatinous stuff is what we like to call "sea goo." The uninterrupted transition, however, is called a segue. Which sounds very much like the Segway (TM), a two-wheeled motorized personal vehicle consisting of a platform for the feet mounted above an axle and an upright post surmounted by handles. It sounds exactly like it, in fact.

Do you see where we're going here? You would if we had mastered the segue.


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