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While on recess duty at the elementary school where I teach, I was talking with several second-graders about what they wanted to be when they grew up. Rhonda said that she was planning to be a nun.

"But, Rhonda," I protested, "last week you said you were going to be President." Giving me her most withering look, she retorted, "I can have two jobs if I want to."

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