this is a test of the lily broadcast system. for the next 60 seconds, this station will conduct a test of the lily broadcast system. this is only a test. (beep) had this been a real lily, you would’ve been slightly annoyed, and possibly endangered. this station serves the heypumpk.in area. this concludes the test of the lily broadcast system.
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