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"We want posterity to feel that it
owes a great deal to us," said the
"I don't know about its dying
much to us," replied the politician.
"But after we get through piling up
debts, posterity is going to feel that
it owes a great deal to somebody."
. COMPARATIVE PERILS
Some people get shot, some get
shell. An .actor and a retired army
man were discussing the perils of
their respective callings.
"How would you Jike to statid
there with shells bursting round
you?" the general demanded.
"Well," replied the other, "it all de
pends upon the age ofc the egg!"-