Don’t worry. You don’t have to do anything — we’ll ask the Internet for a bunch of cash.
Sean Bonner and Allen Morgenstern, The New Oklahoma
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- “It was as if one of these people–he always thought of them as ‘these people,’ much as he had grown to like and to admire them–should find himself dealing with a group of very alert and resourceful chimpanzees.”
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