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your kite on the Sabbath morning!
Wicked One Oh, that's all right;
it's made with the Sunday paper.
An old Scotswoman was famous
for speaking kindly. No sheep was so
dark but she could discover some
white spot to point out to those who
could see only blackness. One day a?
gossiping neighbor lost patience with
her and said, angrily:
"Wumman, ye'll hae a gude word-"
to say for the deevil himself."
- Instantly came the reply:
"Weel, he's a verra industrpeous: