'It was but only in so far as they shouldn't have printed it. Everyone's entitled to an opinion, but to dress it up as right, the only truth...?' John huffed indignantly as he flicked over the channel on the tele. Exhaling deeply he relaxed back into the sofa, his thoughts and opinions melting into the unseen air.
Already Read Series 3. Newspaper contained by reused fence panels. 124x39cm Tracey Falcon. 2009.
2 - centre
“ I didn't say that – well I didn't mean it like that. They've taken it completely out of context.” Maddy saw the frustration in her friend as her hands gesticulated in despair, eyes darting, seeming to search for a way out of this mess.
Nancy sat. “I'm ruined” she muttered, slumped now. Even her crisp linen dress exuded crumpled hopelessness. She sighed, almost visibly shrinking as the breath left her body.
“Can I just say?....”
3 - right
“No, last week I read the opposite and anyway Janice says this guy's a loser.”
“I've seen him before and I don't think he'd ever say anything like that. They've misquoted him, stitched him up.”
“Yes, I really don't believe it either. It's just plain wrong.”
Jo passed Jane the ashtray. She stubbed her cigarette out firmly to emphasize her point and blew the last thin smoky trail up towards the open window.
“What about me?...
Already Read Series 3. Newspaper contained by reused fence panels. 124x39cmTracey Falcon. 2009.
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