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"Senator, can you give me a job
as janitor around the capital?"
"Why I thought you were slated
for something bigger."
"I have been slated for several
things bigger. Now I want to see if
there isn't something I can really
get." Pittsburgh. Post.
"I really think Jack" has a soft spot
in his heart for me."
"What makes you think so?"
"He says he is always, thinking of
"Well, my dear, remember a man
thinks with big head. Perhaps that's
where the soft spot it!" -