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    Cute Baby

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    Pierced Ears

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    You Know You've Been Out of College Too Long When:

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    The Big Sale

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    Orchestra Note

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    Bus Fare

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    Roast Woes

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    Goober Vacuum

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    Looking Back

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    Kettle Rescue

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    Tiny Rose

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    Dining Problem

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    I Love My Job

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    Wake Up Call

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    Mr. Scwartz

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During a beautiful spring afternoon, I was attending a music festival. Just as I stopped to listen to a folk singer, a group of exhibitors, dragging out tools and sawhorses, began setting up their display booth nearby. All their shouting and hammering made it difficult to enjoy the music. The noise they made got louder and even more obnoxious and intrusive as time went on.

Finally, to everyone's relief, they completed the construction.

As a finishing touch, they hung a sign on their booth. It read "Silent Auction."

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