Just so you know

I just wanted to say that I'm a big fan of run-on sentences because when the word choice is mint the run-on sentence tends to flow beautifully, like a river, like stream of consciousness thought-flow, and who cares what my third grade English teacher, Mrs. Davis, thinks anyway because she's almost certainly dead by now otherwise she'd be setting some sort of record or something, slapping the hands of reporters with rulers when they end their journalistic questions with prepositions while asking her what the secret to living a long life is, but I digress.
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Ever read Johnny Got his Gun? There are maybe ten sentences in the whole book. And it flows rather beautifully.