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You don't have anything to worry yet worry itself. the single hassle is, worry is available in such a lot of varied sizes and shapes those days—the rejection by means of a stunning lady, the specter of coming near near nuclear holocaust, the erratic habit of wackos jogging the streets who basically want a unsuitable note and there they visit the head of an condo construction with a sniperscope’d rifle. worry is throughout you, and the minute you get all of the rational fears treated, all battened down and safe, the following comes whatever new. just like the targeted fears generated in those 16 significant tales. worry defined because it hasn't ever been defined earlier than, by means of the startling mind's eye of Harlan Ellison, grasp fantasist, travel advisor during the land of dreadful visions, unerring observer of human folly and supernatural diabolism.

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