Wednesday, 19 December 2007

Wednesday, 5 December 2007

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Monday, 19 March 2007

Quote of the Day

Never put off until tomorrow what can be put off until the day after tomorrow just as well...............Mark Twain

Friday, 16 March 2007

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Tuesday, 13 March 2007

Pic of the Week



This is my house, I suggest you think twice before entering......

What is Your Outlook on Life?

A young woman went to her mother and told her about her life and how things were so hard for her. She did not know how she was going to make it and wanted to give up. She was tired of fighting and struggling.

It seemed as one problem was solved! , a new one arose. Her mother took her to the kitchen. She filled three pots with water and placed each on a high fire.
Soon the pots came to boil. In the first she placed carrots, in the second she placed eggs, and in the last she placed ground coffee beans. She let them sit and boil, without saying a word.

In about twenty minutes she turned off the burners. She fished the carrots out and placed them in a bowl. She pulled the eggs out and placed them in a bowl. Then she ladled the coffee out and placed it in a bowl.

Turning to her daughter, she asked, “Tell me, what do you see?”

“Carrots, eggs, and coffee,” she replied. Her mother brought her closer and asked her to feel the carrots. She did and noted that they were soft. The mother then asked the daughter to take an egg and break it. After pulling off the shell, she observed the hard boiled egg. Finally, the mother asked the daughter
to sip the coffee. The daughter smiled, as she tasted its rich aroma. The daughter then asked, “What does it mean, mother?”

Her mother explained that each of these objects had faced the same adversity … boiling water. Each reacted differently. The carrot went in strong, hard, and unrelenting.
However, after being subjected to the boiling water, it softened and became weak. The egg had been fragile. Its thin outer shell had protected its liquid interior, but after sitting through the boiling water, its inside became hardened. The ground coffee beans were unique, however. ! After they were in the boiling water, they had changed the water.

“Which are you?” she asked her daughter.

Think of this: Which am I? Am I the carrot that seems strong, but with pain and adversity do I wilt and become soft and lose my strength?

Am I the egg that starts with a malleable heart, but changes with the heat? Did I have a fluid spirit, but after a death, a breakup, a financial hardship or some other trial, have I become hardened and stiff? Does my shell look the same, but on the inside am I bitter and tough with a stiff spirit and hardened heart?

Or am I like the coffee bean? The bean actually changes the hot water, the very circumstance that brings the pain. When the water gets hot, it releases the fragrance and flavor. If you are like the bean, when things are at their worst, you get better and change the situation around you. When the hour is the darkest and trials are their greatest, do you elevate yourself to another level? How do you handle adversity? Are you a carrot, an egg or a coffee bean? ...Unattributed

Monday, 12 March 2007

Quote of the Day

The Love Bird is one hundered percent faithful to his mate - as long as they are locked together in the same cage.........Will Cuppy

Friday, 9 March 2007

Smoking Ban

Reported on the BBC
Thousands of council staff in England are being trained to police the smoking ban in bars, restaurants and shops in England. Ministers have given councils £29.5m to pay for staff, who will be able to give on-the-spot £50 fines to individuals and take court action against premises. They will have the power to enter premises undercover, allowing them to sit among drinkers, and will even be able to photograph and film people.
The smoking ban is due to come into force on 1 July. It covers virtually all enclosed public places including offices, factories, pubs and bars. But neither outdoor space nor private homes will be affected.

Business owners also have a duty to ensure their customers comply - they are liable for £200 fines if proper signs are not displayed and, potentially, fines of £2,500 if they refuse to enforce the ban.
Local authorities have been given the power to enforce the ban so it does not consume police time.
A government-funded course is expected to train 1,200 council officers in the next few months with more expected to follow later.
Councils will use these fully-trained officers to brief other staff on how to enforce the law as many towns and cities will have scores of officers patrolling public places.
The teams will be made up of new staff and existing officers who will be freed up to carry out inspections and offer advice.
In London, there will be several hundred of the so-called anti-smoking police.

Ian Gray, policy officer for the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health and chief trainer for the government course, said he expected most councils would take a "softly, softly approach" at first.
"But there will be some occasions where action has to be taken and I am sure the compliance officers will not shy away from that," he added.
"These officers do not have to identify themselves when they go into premises and they can even film and photograph people to gather evidence although this may not be appropriate in many cases.
"There will be two ways of doing this, either staff can go in and identify themselves to the landlord, but they don't have to."

In Nottingham, there will be about 30 officers patrolling the city, composed of new staff and existing environmental health officers.
But the council is also exploring the possibility of getting street wardens, who currently aid the local police force, to help ensure the ban is effectively enforced.
Steve Dowling, director of environment and public protection at Nottingham City Council, said: "We have about 100 wardens and they could keep an eye on whether people are smoking in pubs as they go about their other duties.
"But it is not just about pubs and restaurants. We will also be looking at the likes of car garages and shops are complying as well."

In Liverpool, there will be a core team of about 20 to 25 staff keeping an eye on public places, although in the first few days after the start of the ban the council is planning to do a mass patrol of the city with 200 staff.

Liverpool City Council official Andy Hull said: "We want to make our presence felt from the start, and while we will probably just issue warnings on the first day, we won't be afraid of making an example of people or businesses if they try to make a stand."

But Simon Clark, director of smokers' lobby group Forest, said: "The idea of getting public officials to snoop on people is distasteful and disproportionate.
"It is like taking a sledgehammer to crack a nut. Smokers will abide by the law so it will be a complete waste of public money."
And a spokesman for the British Beer and Pub Association added the approach was too "heavy-handed and elaborate", especially when the experience in Scotland, which has already introduced a ban, is considered.
"In Scotland, there have been just 11 fixed penalty notices issued to premises in the last 10 months, with many councils having issued none at all."

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Joke of the Week

BILLION DOLLAR PROBLEM


Before you read on, you may be interested to know that this was voted Canada's favourite joke:

When Nasa first started sending up astronauts, they discovered ballpoint pens would not work in zero gravity. To combat the problem, Nasa scientists spent a decade and $12 billion to develop a pen that writes in zero gravity, upside down, underwater, on almost any surface and at temperatures ranging from below freezing to 300C. The Russians used a pencil.

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Friday, 2 March 2007

Joke of the Week

A man joined a very exclusive nudist colony. On his first day he took off his clothes and started to wander around the area.
A gorgeous petite blonde walked by, and the man immediately got an erection. The woman noticed his erection, came over to him and asked, did you call for me?" The man replied, "No, what do you mean?"

She said, "You must be new here. Let me explain. It's a rule here that if you get an erection, it implies you called for me." Smiling, she lead him to the side of the swimming pool, laid down on a towel eagerly pulled him to her and happily let him have his way with her.

Later, the man continued to explore the colony's facilities. He entered the sauna and as he sat down, he farted. Within seconds a huge, hairy man lumbered out of the steam room toward him. "Did you call for me?" asked the hairy man. "No, what do you mean?" replied the newcomer. "You must be new." answered the hairy man, "It's a rule that if you fart, it implies that you called for me." The huge man easily spun him around, put him over a bench and had his way with the newcomer.

The newcomer staggered back to the colony office where he was greeted by a smiling, naked receptionist, "May I help you?" she asked. "Here's my membership card. You can have the key back and you can keep the $500 membership fee." "But, Sir," she replied, "you've only been here a few hours. You haven't had a chance to see all our facilities." "Listen lady, I'm 68 years old. I only get an erection once a month, but I fart 15 times a day. I'm outta here."



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Thursday, 1 March 2007

Pic of the Week


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Quote of the Day

It always looks darkest just before it gets totally black...........Charlie Brown

Wednesday, 28 February 2007

More Reasons To Quit

Cigarette smoke contains more than 4,000 chemical compounds, including cyanide, formaldehyde, and ammonia. Constantly exposing the human body to these toxins, plus the drug nicotine, has serious health consequences.

Your chance of getting lung cancer, (the leading cause of cancer death in men and women) is 10 times greater than a non-smoker. One in ten smokers will develop lung cancer. (Feeling lucky today?)

Eighty percent of smokers are eventually diagnosed for emphysema, heart disease or other smoking related illnesses.

Smokers are 2 to 4 times more likely to get a heart attack than non-smokers and the heart attack death rate among smokers is 70 percent greater than that of non-smokers.

Older male smokers are more than twice as likely to die from stroke than older men who do not smoke, and the odds are almost as high for older female smokers.

One out of every five deaths in the U.S. is DIRECTLY related to cigarette smoking. Annually, smoking claims 430,000 lives in the U.S. compared to 41,000 in automobile accidents, 19,000 homicides and 17,000 deaths due to AIDS. (Perhaps the evening news should dispatch reporters to the cancer wards of hospitals instead of murder scenes to recap the days events.)

Of the deaths each year attributable to smoking, 29 percent are from lung cancer and 24 percent are from heart disease.

On average, smokers die seven years earlier than non-smokers.

Smoking is the major cause of mouth, larynx and throat cancer and it is linked to other cancers as well.

Smokers are more likely to develop chronic bronchitis and emphysema.

Currently women account for 39 percent of all smoking related deaths in the U.S., a proportion that has more than doubled since 1965.

Children of parents who smoke around the house are far more likely to get respiratory infections.

The risk of all smoking-related illnesses are particularly severe for women.

You don't have to be a heavy smoker to incur major health risks. As few as four cigarettes daily has been linked to adverse health effects.

Most people that are diagnosed with a smoking-related disease are aware that smoking is 'bad for you' but are startled to learn the full extent of the dangers of smoking and are frequently surprised that it happened to 'them'.

Smoking significantly worsens asthma and the effectiveness of asthma medicines become greatly reduced. In addition, children who grow up in a home where smoking takes place, are twice as vulnerable to asthmatic attacks.

Smokers are much more susceptible to blood clots (thrombosis) than non-smokers. The average smoker will develop thrombosis ten years earlier than the average non-smoker.

Smokers are much more likely to develop gangrene of the leg, which is caused by a gradual closure of the of the large blood vessels carrying blood to the legs. In its advanced stages, amputation can be the end result.

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Tuesday, 27 February 2007

Quote of the Day

Never go to bed mad - stay up and fight........Phyllis Diller

Holidaymakers Should be More Prepared

The past year has seen an upward swing in independent travellers, many of whom are completely unprepared for possible tight spots they may encounter.
Research suggests a definite trend in people becoming more independent, using websites to plan their own holidays, flights and accommodation instead of using travel agencies.

Every year, there are about 90 000 serious cases of British tourists getting into trouble and requiring the help of the Consulate. The most common problem British Nationals face abroad is a lack of preparedness, especially when it comes to travel insurance.
Recent studies even found that 35 per cent of over-55s didn’t acquire travel insurance on their last holiday, even though a quarter of them took part in dangerous activities like sky-diving, bungee jumping, ab sailing and even swimming with sharks.
That’s astounding when you consider that if you get into trouble overseas and you don’t have travel insurance, it can cost many thousands of pounds for an air ambulance, medication, hospital stays and getting people back to the UK. That could cost up to £30 000 and then you’re talking about a second mortgage.”

Important measures for independent travellers

Besides comprehensive travel insurance, you should check up on travel advice and danger zones in advance. I would advise people to check out the latest situation in any country they’re going to. And as the world situation changes so frequently these days, the most important thing is to find out the very latest information.
Other essential considerations are to find out about laws and customs, get a good travel guide and check out medical requirements such as vaccinations a good 6 weeks before you travel.

Remember to make sure your passport’s valid and has at least six months to run, take a photocopy and leave it with someone you trust and make sure you fill in your next of kin. Keep the details of the nearest British Consulate with you, because it could be really useful in times of trouble. However, the Consulate’s powers are limited. they can’t bust you out of jail, despite the fact that 37 per cent of people think they can. If you are arrested for committing a crime in another country then you belong to that country’s legal system. But they can visit you, make sure that you are being treated appropriately, and get you an English speaking lawyer.

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office will also visit you in jail or hospital, contact your friends and relatives in emergencies, and issue replacement passports.

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Have You Been Skiing?

If you have never done it, you must try it at least once. But be warned, it can be extremely addictive.

If you say that you can't do it or that you are too old, let me tell you that you will have as much (or more) fun learning than the seasoned experts have speeding past you.

I visited Pamporovo on my third ski-ing holiday. I had previously been to Italy and one of the top resorts in France. I was pleasantly surprised to find that the teaching methods in Bulgaria were much better than the methods I had previously encountered. Also, and this is a very big plus, on the third day of the holiday other members in the group who had not previously been ski-ing found themselves ski-ing down from the very top of the mountain. Something I could only dream about on my previous holidays. Generally, the holiday was excellent, the hotels were very good, I stayed in the Perelik Hotel which is joined to the Mourgavetz Hotel by underground walkway, the hotels boast seven bars, cafe, swimming pool (with green water) and plenty of shops. Entertainment is put on nightly and there is a bowling alley. The food is not the best, but you help yourself from a fairly large selection of choices so you can usually find something that you like.
The snow record in Bulgaria is not as good as some and because of this the season tends to be shorter than most, there is not really enough challenge on the slopes for anyone better than 'intermediate', although there are one or two challenging runs.
All this is reflected in the price, which is relatively cheap.
Your food is usually in with the package and you will pay similar prices to home for your drinks.
The ski instructors are top class and very friendly.
I would definitely recommend this holiday for beginners of any age group.

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Monday, 26 February 2007

Quote of the Day

Ninety percent of the politicians give the other ten percent a bad reputation........Henry Kissinger

Saturday, 24 February 2007

Friday, 23 February 2007

Quote of the Day

It is peculiar that all the sights in Rome are called after London cinemas........Nancy Mitford

Top Ten Tips To Quit Smoking

Read these 10 Top Tips for advice on giving up.

1. Keep a diary
Before you stop, keep a diary over a couple of days Make a note of every cigarette you smoke, when, what you were doing, who you were with, how you were feeling, how much you enjoyed it, how much you needed it and how it made you feel. Looking at your diary will help you see potential danger points when it will be hardest not to smoke. Plan how you will cope with these.

2. Set a quit date
This helps you prepare mentally to stop. Some people make a New Year’s Day resolution; others pick their birthday, but it can be any time. You can use your 'smoking diary' to work out when would be a good time for you to quit. You may find it easier to quit smoking when you're on holiday and away from your normal routine. Alternatively, you might find it easier to start afresh when you come back. Be realistic about what will test your willpower most. There is evidence that female smokers are more likely to succeed if they stop just after their period rather than just before.

3. Change your routine
Perhaps you could avoid shops where you usually buy cigarettes or walk instead of catching the bus if you normally have a smoke at the bus stop. If you always have a cigarette in the morning with a coffee, switch to fruit juice instead. When giving up smoking, it is worth giving alcohol a miss for a few days until your resolve is strong enough to resist the association of drinking with smoking. Brush your teeth at the end of a meal or drink something (like milk) that doesn't normally ‘go’ with smoking.

4. Start afresh
Before your quit date, get your teeth cleaned and start using whitening toothpaste and mouthwash. Keeping your breath fresh and your teeth white can be an incentive not to smoke and are a few of the benefits of giving up smoking. Some people find carrying a breath freshener spray helpful. Why not go the whole hog and clean your car and house to get rid of the smell of cigarette smoke? If you've spent time and money repainting walls to cover nicotine stains, shampooing carpets and dry cleaning upholstery, you'll want to keep everything that way.

5. Remember that the physical cravings will pass
The urge to smoke lasts for a couple of minutes and you might find it helps to take deep breaths until the feeling starts to subside. Cravings get weaker after three to four days. Think back to the first day you quit – you don't want to have to go through it again.

6. Find a substitute
Try to find a healthy alternative like sugar-free chewing gum. Chew on a toothpick if you miss having something in your mouth. Fiddle with a pen or paper clip to keep your hands busy.
One piece of advice on giving up smoking that some people swear by is to take a 'drag' on a piece of rolled up paper so they get a 'hit' of fresh air. Glucose tablets can give you a boost of energy that replaces the rush you used to get from nicotine.

7. Think positive
It’s a good idea to write a list of the reasons why you want to stop and put it somewhere you can easily see it. Keep a scrapbook of newspaper and magazine cuttings about the risks of smoking to inspire you. For instance think of the money you will save and what you can do with it. Think of how much better you will feel and how much healthier you will be.

8. Do something else
Try and find a hobby or other activity that makes smoking difficult, such as knitting or swimming, or which takes place somewhere you can't smoke, like your local library. You’ll find there are other benefits from quitting smoking and the stimulation and enjoyment of doing something new and interesting will help keep your mind off quitting.

9. Watch the money add up
A big benefit of quitting smoking is that you’ll be better off in the pocket. Cross off each day on a calendar and write down how much you've saved by not smoking. Or you could physically put the money aside.
Make a list of things you would like to buy for yourself or others and work out how many packets of cigarettes each item ‘costs’.

10. Reward yourself
Plan a celebration each month on the anniversary of your quit date. Buy some of the things on your list or treat yourself to a special meal.

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Thursday, 22 February 2007

Quote of the Day

A sure cure for seasicknes is to sit under a tree............Spike Milligan

Quit Smoking

Many people begin to quit smoking by setting a date on which to stop. Tell your friends, family and co-workers that you are giving up and want their support. Ask them not to smoke around you or leave cigarettes lying around. It is also helpful to change your environment by getting rid of all cigarettes and ashtrays in your home, car and place of work.
If you have tried to stop smoking before, review your past attempts to quit. Think about what worked and what didn't. As far as possible, don't allow people around you to smoke, for example in your car or your home.
Most relapses occur within the first three months after quitting. Don't be discouraged if you start smoking again. Most people try several times before they finally succeed in breaking the habit. Here are some difficult situations to watch for:

Alcohol: Drinking alcohol lowers your chances of success, particularly if you have been accustomed to smoking while you drink.

Other smokers: Being around other smokers can make you want to start again. Once you have stopped, make up your mind not to smoke again - not even a puff.

Weight gain: Smoking suppresses appetite, so many former smokers put on weight when they quit. Eat a healthy diet and stay active. Don't let a small amount of weight gain distract you from your main goal - which is to give up smoking.

Bad mood or depression: There are plenty of ways to improve your mood other than smoking.

Studies have shown that you have a better chance of successfully quitting smoking if you have help. Get individual, group, or telephone counselling to help you quit. The more support you have, the better your chances of succeeding. Programs are given at local doctors' surgeries and health centres.

My success lies with self belief, there are products available to give you that self belief if you don’t already have it. These also prevent extra weight gain.

I started this blog for two reasons, firstly to give myself something to do with my hands and my mind and secondly to encourage any one else who wants to quit smoking, to say that it can be done, even by the weakest willed among us.
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Wednesday, 21 February 2007

Quote of the Day

When I was a boy of fourteen, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be twenty-one, I was astonished by how much he had learned in seven years.......Mark Twain

Tuesday, 20 February 2007

My Hero Too..!



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Quote of the Day

My wife and i had words - but I never got to use mine.....Fibber McGee

Monday, 19 February 2007

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I started this blog for two reasons, firstly to give myself something to do with my hands and my mind and secondly to encourage any one else who wants to quit smoking, to say that it can be done, even by the weakest willed among us.
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I quit smoking on January the 3rd this year. I have put away £10 per day since. I have £470.00 towards my first smoke free holiday. I will travel the world...

Joke of the Week

Your TurnA very shy guy goes into a bar and sees a beautiful woman sitting at the bar. After an hour of gathering up his courage he finally goes over to her and asks, tentatively, "Um, would you mind if I chatted with you for a while?" She responds by yelling, at the top of her lungs, "No, I won't sleep with you tonight!" Everyone in the bar is now staring at them. Naturally, the guy is hopelessly and completely embarrassed and he slinks back to his table. After a few minutes, the woman walks over to him and apologizes. She smiles at him and says, "I'm sorry if I embarrassed you. You see, I'm a graduate student in psychology and I'm studying how people respond to embarrassing situations." To which he responds, at the top of his lungs, "What do you mean $200?"



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Rhodes, Greece


When you have quit smoking and saved enough money for your first trip I would definitely recommend Rhodes. I have been several times and always enjoy my time there. It is only a relatively small island but caters for all kinds of holidays, whichever you prefer.
The beauty of Rhodes is that there is something for everyone, from watersports in some of the clearest water I have seen , to walking or hiking in outstanding countryside, to sunbathing in almost guaranteed beautiful weather, to just doing what comes naturally in the bars and nightclubs on the island.
I have stood on a mountain and been able to see most of Rhodes, I have stood on the southern tip of the island and watched the sun go down creating, what can only be described as breath-taking views, I have crawled through a tunnel to see some of the rarer species in the Butterfly gardens, I have stood on a cliff and watched countless million of Tunafish dancing in the late afternoon sun. All this and a lot more.

Rhodes Town is a typically bustling Mediterranean capital surrounding the ‘Old Town’ which is an amazing mixture of Ancient buildings and earthworks, Street market and Carnival. The ‘Old Town’ stands adjacent to the harbour which usually has some of the largest and most expensive yachts in the Med ‘tied up’ there. The food, all over Rhodes, is excellent and reasonably priced. From the Restaurant to the Taverna on the beach or in the centre of a small village that you’ve just found by accident.
Starting down the east coast, one of the first major resorts you come to will be Faliraki, this should be avoided unless you are ’Young, Free and Single’ or like to pretend you are for a night, or two. Be aware this place doesn’t open ’til 2 in the afternoon, but then on the other hand it doesn’t close until 8 in the morning. If you like a quiet beach this could be the place because just about everyone on it before 2 p.m. is fast asleep. After 2 o'clock you had better make way for Bungee Jumping and the like.
Further down the coast there are plenty of quieter resorts until you reach ’Ooooh ! Point’ this is the point on the road where you first catch sight of Lindos, called ‘Ooooh ! Point’ because you can not help this exclamation at the wonderful sight in front of you. Lindos is pretty much unique, built around a natural bay, surmounted by the Acropolis , all the houses etc. either stone or painted white, fronted by two beaches with another bay (St. Paul’s) and beach, behind. The village is pedestrianised with the only mode of transport the ’Lindos Taxi’ (Donkey) , there are many bars and roofgarden restaurants and plenty of shops. All in all a very special place. However if you wished to stay here it will involve a lot of walking up and down hills, some quite steep.
Further south still you have a few other villages including Pefkos which tend to be quiet but are within easy taxi (or even walking) distance of Lindos if you fancy a night out.
The taxi service is good and easily accessible and also the bus service which runs north to south of the island.
The weather on Rhodes is very hot during July and August, especially Lindos and many people travel in September because of this.

From the moment they open the doors of the aircraft and you get your very first scent of the island , you could very well be hooked....................I was !!!


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Quote of the Day

It was a mans world - then Eve arrived. Richard Armour

Saturday, 17 February 2007

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Friday, 16 February 2007

Don't Try This At Home


I tried this and all that happened was that a train came past and nearly dragged me on to the tracks......

Quote of the Day

The longest sentence you can form with two words is 'I do' H L Mencken

Joke of the Week

Wisdom

An angel appears at a faculty meeting and tells the dean that in return for his unselfish and exemplary behavior, the Lord will reward him with his choice of infinite wealth, wisdom, or beauty. Without hesitating, the dean selects infinite wisdom. "Done!" says the angel, and disappears in a cloud of smoke and a bolt of lightning.
Now, all heads turn toward the dean, who sits surrounded by a faint halo of light. One of his colleagues whispers, "Say something." The dean sighs and says, "I should have taken the money."

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