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"Yes, she rejected me, but she did
it in a most encouraging way."
"How was that?"
"As I went away she pointed to the
footprints that I had made on the
carpet and said, 'The next time you
come to propose to me L want you
to wipe your shoes clean. "
"No, to illustrate the roundness fof
the earth," said Columbus, "I will
show you an egg."
"That doesn't convince me," re
plied the court astronomer. "If you
had waited till the egg became an
omelet it would prove that the earth
is flat" Washington Star.
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