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January 10, 2007



I tutored in college. One of my students was a lazy spoiled brat whose rich father owned several large newspapers. Brat was failing calculus and rich father asks:

"What will it take for my son to pass?"

"A monkey's paw."

"What will it take for you to help my son pass?"

"A corvette."


What an interesting insight to the other side of my coin. (Have I told you that this is my third year teaching school?)

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