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Most tellingly in this respect, Cohen pauses for emphasis after saying, "the real truth is," and then underscores the morbidity of his subsequent words by using two of the intensifying facial punctuators discussed by Paul Ekman and Wallace Friesen (70)--an eyebrow raise on "kill" and a widening of the eyes on "be killed.