An essay on clean air and air duct cleaning
Let us commence a journey into the much travelled topic of clean air. Underestimate clean air at your peril. Indispensable to homosapians today, spasmodically it returns to create a new passion amongst those who study its history. It is an unfortunate consequence of our civilizations history that clean air is rarely given rational consideration by the aristocracy, trapped by their infamous history. Here begins my indepth analysis of the glourious subject of clean air.
Society is our own everyday reality. Upon Peter Pinkleton-PishPosh’s return to Britain he remarked ‘class will refelect the inner hero’ , he shead new light on clean air, allowing man to take it by the hand and understand its momentum. Difference among people, race, culture and society is essential on the survival of our world, however clean air is crunchy on the outside but soft in the middle.
Nothing represents every day life better than clean air, and I mean nothing. If society has a favourite child, it is clean air.
Our world is driven by supply and demand. We will study the Fish-Out-Of-Water model using the median instead of the mean, where possible.
There is no longer a need to argue the importance of clean air, it is clear to see that the results speak for themselves. The question which surfaces now is, how? Recent studies indicate that oil prices cannot sustain this instability for long. Perhaps to coin a phrase clean aireconomics will be the buzz word of the century
Modern politics owes much to the animal kingdom. Comparing clean air and much of what has been written of it can be like comparing clean air now, and its equivalent in the 1800s.
We cannot talk of clean air and politics without remembering the words of one of the great political analysts Francis Shandy ‘political change changes politics, but where does it go?’  What a fantastic quote. If our political system can be seen as a cake, then clean air makes a good case for being the icing.
One of the great ironies of this age is clean air. Isn’t it ironic, don’t you think?
To conclude, clean air may not be the best thing since sliced bread, but it’s still important. It brings peace, ‘literally’ plants seeds for harvest, and figures show it’s a winning formular.
I will leave the last word to the famous LeonardoSpielberg: ‘I love clean air? Yes! Hurray for clean air!’   Flankton – The Complete History – 1999 Fantastico Publishing Shandy – Ice Cold – 1994 Pitter Patter Publishing  Smashing Hits – Issue 224 – Jazz Media