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金湖县妇幼保健所做人流多少钱淮阴区妇保院不孕不育多少钱4 TRUTH AND LIES4 真相与谎言On the twenty-seventh day of April, the guards took my mother and James to Lancaster Castle, and my life at Read Hall began.4月27日,看守们把我妈妈和詹姆斯带到了兰开斯特城堡,我在里德宅院开始了新的生活。Suddenly,it was spring.The sky was blue and there were beautiful flowers on the hills.转眼间,春天来了。天空一片湛蓝,山上开着美丽的花朵。From Read Hall,Pendle Hill looked different : it looked smaller, and it was not so important in my life.从里德宅院看去,潘德尔山显得和过去有些不同:它看起来小了点,而且它在我的生活中不再那么重要了。Sometimes I walked along Sabden Brook to Sabden, and then to Newchurch, and I felt happy to be near Pendle Hill again.But I never visited Malkin Tower again.有时我沿着萨卜登小溪走到萨卜登村,然后再到纽丘奇村;我真高兴能再次靠近潘德尔山。但是我再也没有去过马尔金塔。Spring changed into summer,and in August I went to Lan-caster with Mr Nowell. Lancaster was thirty miles from Read Hall, and I got very tired because I sat on a horse for hours.春去夏来,8月份我和诺埃尔先生一起去了兰开斯特。兰开斯特离里德宅院有30英里远,因为一连几小时坐在马背上,我很疲惫。It was a big, noisy town. I never saw so many people before in my life and I felt afraid.兰开斯特是一个大而喧闹的市镇。我以前从来没有见过那么多的人,所以有点害怕。The trial of the witches of Pendle began at Lancaster Castle on the eighteenth day of August, and the judge was an impor-tant man from London.8月18日,在兰开斯特城堡开始了对潘德尔地区的巫师的审判。法官是一位从伦敦来的重要人物。由于监狱里关着许多兰开夏郡的巫师,布罗姆利法官在那一天听取了很多人的词。Judge Bromley listened to many people on that day, because there were a lot of witches from Lan-cashire in the prison.Old Demdike was not there because she died in May, before the judge arrived.老德姆代克没有出庭,因为在法官到达之前,她已经在5月份死去了。I waited with Mr Nowell#39; s servant, and when a guard called my name, I went through a big door and saw the judge behind a table.我和诺埃尔先生的用人在一起等候出庭。当看守叫到我的名字时,我穿过一扇大门往前走去,看见了桌子后面的法官大人。Judge Bromley was rich and important, but his eyes were cold.Suddenly, I saw my mother! She was dirty and very thin.布罗姆利法官十分富有并且地位显赫,但是他的眼睛冰冷无情。突然,我看到了妈妈!她又脏又瘦。When she saw me,her face went red.My hair was clean now, and I wore shoes and an expensive dress. I saw my mother#39; s eyes: she hated me!当她看见我时,她的脸变红了。当时我的头发很干净,我还穿着鞋子和一条挺贵的裙子。我从她的眼神中看出:她恨我!#39;Are you a witch?#39;Judge Bromley asked my mother.“你是女巫吗?”布罗姆利法官问妈妈。#39;No, I #39;m not,#39;my mother answered angrily.“不,我不是。”我妈妈生气地回答。#39;Did you kill Jack Robinson,of Barley village?#39;“你是不是害死了巴利村的杰克·鲁滨逊?”#39; No, I did not.#39;“不,我没有。”#39;Jennet Device is here,#39; a voice said quietly. It was Mr Nowell.#39;She can tell us the truth about her mother.#39;“詹妮特·迪瓦斯就在这里。”一个声音平静地说。那是诺埃尔先生。“她可以告诉我们有关她母亲的真实情况。”For a minute, my mother did not move. Then she ran across the room and shouted at me. #39;You know nothing, you bad child! And I#39;m your mother!Don#39; t forget that!#39;有一小会儿,我的妈妈一动不动。随后她跑着穿过房间,向我大喊:“你什么也不知道,你这个坏孩子!我是你妈妈,别忘了这点!”The guards ran after my mother and pulled her to the floor.看守们追着我妈妈,把她拉倒在地上。#39; I#39;m no witch!#39;my mother shouted.#39; It#39; s all lies! Jennet,you#39; re a witch—a child of the Devil! You#39; re my daughter,and I know!#39;“我不是女巫!”妈妈喊道。“那全是谎言!詹妮特,你是个女巫——魔鬼的孩子!你是我女儿,我知道!”I was afraid and I put my hands over my eyes. I didn#39;t want to see my mother#39; s ugly face. The guards pulled my motherout of the room and the noise stopped.我很害怕,用手挡住眼睛。我不想看到妈妈那张丑陋的脸。看守们把妈妈拉出了房间,吵嚷声止住了。#39;Jennet Device,#39;the judge said.#39;Tell us the truth about your mother.#39;“詹妮特·迪瓦斯,”法官说,“把你母亲的真实情况告诉我们。”Roger Nowell lifted me up and put me on a table in front of the judge.罗杰·诺埃尔把我举起来,放在法官前面的一张桌子上。#39;My mother is a witch,#39;I began.#39;She has a friend, a dog called Ball. When she wants to kill somebody, she tells Ball…#39;I talked and talked;I told the judge everything.“我的妈妈是个女巫,”我说道。“她有一个朋友,是一条名叫鲍尔的。当她想杀死谁的时候,她就告诉鲍尔……”我讲啊,讲啊,把一切都告诉了法官。Judge Bromley listened carefully.#39;My child,is this the truth?#39;布罗姆利法官仔细地听着。“我的孩子,这是真的吗?”#39;Yes,#39;I answered.#39;I#39;m telling you the truth.#39;“是的,”我回答说。“我说的都是真话。”The guards brought my mother back into the room again.Her face looked tired and her eyes were red.看守们又把我妈妈带回了房间。她面带倦容,眼睛红红的。#39;Elizabeth Device,your daughter told us about your dog,Ball. Your son, too, told us about the clay pictures. We know everything.#39;“伊丽莎白·迪瓦斯,你的女儿对我们讲了你的鲍尔的事。另外你的儿子对我们说了泥像的事。我们什么都知道了。”My mother said nothing.She didn#39;t look at the judge and she didn#39; t look at me.我妈妈一声不吭。她既没有看法官,也没有看我。Next, the guards brought my brother James into the room.When I saw James,I wanted to cry.接下来,看守们把我的哥哥詹姆斯带进了房间。当我看到哥哥时,我真想哭。James was thin and dirty and his hair was very long.He looked at the judge and at all the rich and important men in the room and he began to cry.Then he sat down on the floor.詹姆斯又脏又瘦,头发长长的。他看了看法官和房间里有钱有势的人,哭了起来。然后,他坐在地上。#39;Stand up,James Device,#39;Judge Bromley said.“站起来,詹姆斯·迪瓦斯,”布罗姆利法官说。The guards pulled James up,but he fell to the floor again.看守们把詹姆斯拖了起来,但是他又倒在了地上。#39;You killed Mr Duckworth,#39;Judge Bromley said.“你害死了达克沃思先生,”布罗姆利法官说。#39;I wanted a shirt,#39;James cried.“我想要件衬衣,”詹姆斯大声说。#39;Is your brother a witch?#39;Judge Bromley asked me.“你哥哥是巫师吗?”布罗姆利法官问我。#39; Yes,#39; I said. My brother sat on the floor, his mouth open.He looked at me,but he didn#39;t know me. I was clean,and fat because of all the good food at Read Hall.“是,”我说。我哥哥张着嘴坐在地上。他看了我一眼,可是没认出我来。因为我很干净、胖乎乎的,那是由于在里德宅院吃得很好的缘故。#39;James told me about his friend,Dandy,#39;I began.#39;Dandy was the Devil and—#39;“詹姆斯给我讲过他的朋友丹迪的事,”我说。“丹迪是魔鬼,并且——”James heard the name Dandy,and he began to cry again.#39;I want Dandy!I want to go home!#39;詹姆斯听到丹迪这个名字,又叫了起来:“我要丹迪!我想回家!”The guards pulled him up from the floor and took him out of the room. I never saw my brother again.看守们把他从地上拉起来,带了出去。从此,我再也没有见过哥哥。When the guards brought my sister Alizon in front of the judge, I said nothing.John Law,the pedlar,came into the room.当看守们把我艾丽森带到法官前面时,我什么话都没说。小贩约翰·劳走进了房间。He was a thin man now.He walked slowly and he talked slowly and his face looked ill .He told the judge about that day near Colne when Alizon cursed him and her dog ran after him.他变得非常瘦,走路、说话都很缓慢,一脸病容。他对法官讲述了那一天在科恩村附近,艾丽森诅咒他以及她的追赶他的事情。#39;I#39;m sorry!#39; Alizon said.#39; I was angry with you that day,but I#39;m sorry now.#39; Alizon #39;s eyes were dark and afraid, but she had no friends in that room and nobody wanted to listen to her.“我很抱歉!”艾丽森说。“那天我很生你的气,不过现在我感到抱歉。”艾丽森的眼睛黑黑的,流露出恐惧。但是在那个房间里她没有一个朋友,没有人肯听她的话。Then Mr Nowell took me out and I waited with his servant in a different room. An hour later, there was the noise of many people shouting and crying.后来,诺埃尔先生把我领了出去,我和他的用人在另外一个房间里等着。一小时后,传来了许多人的哭嚷声。The servant smiled.#39;The trial is finished,#39; he said #39;You#39; re a good child Jennet.You told the judge the truth about the Witches.#39;用人笑了。“审判结束了,”他说。“你是个好孩子,詹妮特,你把有关巫师们的真相告诉了法官。”Mr Nowell took me home to Read Hall.And on the twen-tieth day of August 1612,the guards took my mother,my sis-ter and my brother out of prison ,and hanged them in front of Lancaster Castle.诺埃尔先生把我带回里德宅院。1612年8月20日,看守们把我的妈妈、和哥哥押出监狱,在兰开斯特城堡前绞死了他们。And so I lost my family.就这样我失去了我的一家。When I was a child, I wanted to be happy.I wanted to be warm, to wear shoes, to eat good food. I wanted someone to take care of me.That#39;s all.当我还是个孩子时,我希望过得快乐。我想穿得暖和,想有鞋穿,有好东西吃。我盼望有人来关心我。仅此而已。My mother gave me nothing. She gave me no love.She never took care of me.Because my moth-er was a witch,my father ran away and I never knew him.我的妈妈什么也没有给过我。她从未给过我一点爱。她从不关心我。因为妈妈是女巫,我的父亲跑掉了,我根本不知道他是谁。My father was a rich man without a name, and I lived hungry and cold with a witch.And so I told Judge Bromley the truth about my family.Was I wrong?I don#39;t know.他是一个没有名字的有钱人,而我却和女巫一起生活,过着饥寒交迫的日子。因此,我把我一家的真相告诉了布罗姆利法官。我错了吗?我不知道。I was happy for years at Read Hall. For twenty-one years, I forgot my family.在里德宅院我幸福地生活了很多年。21年来,我忘记了我的家人。I learned to cook for the Nowell family;I worked many hours every day but I was warm and I ate good food.我学着为诺埃尔一家做饭;虽然每天工作很长时间,但是我穿得暖吃得好。Every Sunday,in my best dress,I went to church;every summer I walked over Pendle Hill.I never thought about my family, because I was happy at Read Hall.每个星期天,我穿上最好的衣去教堂祈祷;每年夏天我在潘德尔山上漫步。我从未想到过我的家人,因为我在里德宅院生活得很愉快。In August 1612,the guards hanged my family in front of Lancaster Castle.1612年8月,看守们在兰开斯特城堡前绞死了我的一家。But their dead faces waited for me there; and a year ago, in 1633,when the guards put me in the prison in Lancaster Castle, I met them again.然而他们死去的面孔在那里等待着我。一年前,也就是1633年,看守们把我关进了兰开斯特城堡监狱。在狱中,我又遇到了他们。Day after day, I see their ugly, dead faces and hear their cold, angry voices. I think of them all the time. God is with me here,in prison. I believe that. But my dead family is with me too.日复一日,我能看见他们丑陋的死去的面孔,听得到他们冰冷、气愤的声音。我总是想到他们。上帝在这里,在监狱中与我同在,对此我深信不疑。可是我死去的一家也与我同在。Mr Webster,from the church at Kildwick,visits me again.His blue eyes are tired,but he smiles at me.基尔德威克教堂的韦伯斯特先生又来看我了。他看上去很疲劳,但是他向我微笑着。#39;Edmund Robinson and his father told the truth in London, #39;he says quietly.#39; The child told lies about you be-cause he was afraid of his father. He wanted his father to love him.#39;“埃德蒙·鲁滨逊和他父亲在伦敦说了实话,”他轻声说。“那个孩子过去所说的有关你的事都是扯谎,因为他害怕他父亲。他希望父亲爱他。”I say nothing. Mr Webster wants to be kind, but he cannot help me.Mr Nowell cannot help me because he is dead.我什么也没说。韦伯斯特先生尽量和善地待我,可是他帮不了我。诺埃尔先生也无法帮我,因为他已经去世了。Ed-mund Robinson is only a child; he tells lies one day, and the truth the next day.But the truth cannot help me.埃德蒙·鲁滨逊只是个孩子;他今天说谎,明天说真话,但是真话也帮不了我。What can I do against hate ,and lies?When Mr Nowell was alive,the Vil-lagers didn#39;t talk about me.But when Mr Nowell died,the lies began.我能做什么来对抗仇恨和谎言呢?诺埃尔先生在世时,村民们没有议论过我。然而诺埃尔先生去世后,谎言便开始流传起来。The villagers are all afraid of me——because my name is Device.They hate me——because my name is Device.They say I am a witch—— because my name is Device.村民们都害怕我——因为我姓迪瓦斯。他们恨我——因为我姓迪瓦斯。他们说我是女巫——因为我姓迪瓦斯。I come from a family of witches, but I am not a witch. No-body died because I cursed them.I never made clay pictures, I never had a cat or dog.我来自巫师之家,可我不是巫师。我从未咒死过任何人。我从未制作过泥像。我从未养过猫或。I only wanted to live quietly at Read Hall and watch the changing skies over Pendle Hill.我只想在里德宅院平静地生活,我只想凝望潘德尔山顶上那片不断变化的天空。When I was a child, I was always cold and hungry, and I hated my family because they were witches.孩提时代,我总是挨饿受冻,我恨我的家人,因为他们都是巫师。In 1612, I told the truth, and the truth killed my family. Now, twenty-two years later,lies are going to kill me, here in Lancaster Castle, and I am cold and hungry again.1612年,我说了真话,而真话害死了我的一家。22年后的今天,谎言将使我在兰开斯特城堡中丧生,我再次陷入了饥寒交迫的苦难中。Mr Webster gives me b,and I go back into the prison.I can never go back to Read Hall;I know that now.I must stay here in Lancaster Castle, with my dead family.韦伯斯特先生给了我面包,我又回到了牢房里。我再也无法重归里德宅院了;现在我知道这点了。我必须呆在兰开斯特城堡监狱里,和我死去的一家在一起。They are watching me, and waiting for me. I can never be free of them.他们正在注视着我,等待着我,我永远也无法摆脱他们。This is my true story; and I want to finish it now.这是我的真实故事;就讲到这儿吧。 Article/201203/176316淮阴区人民医院男科专家 He stopped and waited to see what she would do. She reached over and turned on the light, the very second the light filled the room, he disappeared. Kim then called her boyfriend and made him come over to sit up and watch TV with her since she couldn't sleep after that. I just sat there gaping, when Kim asked me what happened, I said, "he touched me." I was in shock and it took me a few minutes to organize my thoughts before I could tell her the rest. "Who is he?" Kim asked. We both wish we knew, but there was nothing to go on. Crane Hall itself has no bizarre history and if it does nobody bothered to keep tabs. This guy is obviously not a student and when Kim and I compared notes we agreed that it "felt" like he wasn't tied to the room or even the dorm. It honestly seems as though this "entity" can come and go as it pleases. What Kim and I were able to piece together just from sensations that he apparently communicated to us is that he is curious, lonely, and wanders about since 217 just seemed like a pit stop on one of his travels. It actually bothered us both that we didn't find the situation more disturbing, in fact one of the sensations I picked up from this stranger was not to be surprised if I should meet up with him again.    Article/200901/60934文本:1Jesus then left that place and went into the region of Judea and across the Jordan. Again crowds of people came to him, and as was his custom, he taught them. 2Some Pharisees came and tested him by asking, "Is it lawful for a man to divorce his wife?" 3"What did Moses command you?" he replied. 4They said, "Moses permitted a man to write a certificate of divorce and send her away." 5"It was because your hearts were hard that Moses wrote you this law," Jesus replied. 6"But at the beginning of creation God 'made them male and female.' 7'For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, 8and the two will become one flesh.' So they are no longer two, but one. 9Therefore what God has joined together, let man not separate." 10When they were in the house again, the disciples asked Jesus about this. 11He answered, "Anyone who divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery against her. 12And if she divorces her husband and marries another man, she commits adultery." 13People were bringing little children to Jesus to have him touch them, but the disciples rebuked them. 14When Jesus saw this, he was indignant. He said to them, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. 15I tell you the truth, anyone who will not receive the kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it." 16And he took the children in his arms, put his hands on them and blessed them. 17As Jesus started on his way, a man ran up to him and fell on his knees before him. "Good teacher," he asked, "what must I do to inherit eternal life?" 18"Why do you call me good?" Jesus answered. "No one is good--except God alone. 19You know the commandments: 'Do not murder, do not commit adultery, do not steal, do not give false testimony, do not defraud, honor your father and mother.' " 20"Teacher," he declared, "all these I have kept since I was a boy." 21Jesus looked at him and loved him. "One thing you lack," he said. "Go, sell everything you have and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven. Then come, follow me." 22At this the man's face fell. He went away sad, because he had great wealth. 23Jesus looked around and said to his disciples, "How hard it is for the rich to enter the kingdom of God!" 24The disciples were amazed at his words. But Jesus said again, "Children, how hard it is to enter the kingdom of God! 25It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God." 26The disciples were even more amazed, and said to each other, "Who then can be saved?" 27Jesus looked at them and said, "With man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God." 28Peter said to him, "We have left everything to follow you!" 29"I tell you the truth," Jesus replied, "no one who has left home or brothers or sisters or mother or father or children or fields for me and the gospel 30will fail to receive a hundred times as much in this present age (homes, brothers, sisters, mothers, children and fields--and with them, persecutions) and in the age to come, eternal life. 31But many who are first will be last, and the last first." 32They were on their way up to Jerusalem, with Jesus leading the way, and the disciples were astonished, while those who followed were afraid. Again he took the Twelve aside and told them what was going to happen to him. 33"We are going up to Jerusalem," he said, "and the Son of Man will be betrayed to the chief priests and teachers of the law. They will condemn him to death and will hand him over to the Gentiles, 25It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God." 26The disciples were even more amazed, and said to each other, "Who then can be saved?" 27Jesus looked at them and said, "With man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God." 28Peter said to him, "We have left everything to follow you!" 29"I tell you the truth," Jesus replied, "no one who has left home or brothers or sisters or mother or father or children or fields for me and the gospel 30will fail to receive a hundred times as much in this present age (homes, brothers, sisters, mothers, children and fields--and with them, persecutions) and in the age to come, eternal life. 31But many who are first will be last, and the last first." 32They were on their way up to Jerusalem, with Jesus leading the way, and the disciples were astonished, while those who followed were afraid. Again he took the Twelve aside and told them what was going to happen to him. 33"We are going up to Jerusalem," he said, "and the Son of Man will be betrayed to the chief priests and teachers of the law. They will condemn him to death and will hand him over to the Gentiles, 34who will mock him and spit on him, flog him and kill him. Three days later he will rise." 35Then James and John, the sons of Zebedee, came to him. "Teacher," they said, "we want you to do for us whatever we ask." 36"What do you want me to do for you?" he asked. 37They replied, "Let one of us sit at your right and the other at your left in your glory." 38"You don't know what you are asking," Jesus said. "Can you drink the cup I drink or be baptized with the baptism I am baptized with?" 39"We can," they answered. Jesus said to them, "You will drink the cup I drink and be baptized with the baptism I am baptized with, 40but to sit at my right or left is not for me to grant. These places belong to those for whom they have been prepared." 41When the ten heard about this, they became indignant with James and John. 42Jesus called them together and said, "You know that those who are regarded as rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them, and their high officials exercise authority over them. 43Not so with you. Instead, whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant, 44and whoever wants to be first must be slave of all. 45For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many." 46Then they came to Jericho. As Jesus and his disciples, together with a large crowd, were leaving the city, a blind man, Bartimaeus (that is, the Son of Timaeus), was sitting by the roadside begging. 47When he heard that it was Jesus of Nazareth, he began to shout, "Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!" 48Many rebuked him and told him to be quiet, but he shouted all the more, "Son of David, have mercy on me!" 49Jesus stopped and said, "Call him." So they called to the blind man, "Cheer up! On your feet! He's calling you." 50Throwing his cloak aside, he jumped to his feet and came to Jesus. 51"What do you want me to do for you?" Jesus asked him. The blind man said, "Rabbi, I want to see." 52"Go," said Jesus, "your faith has healed you." Immediately he received his sight and followed Jesus along the road. Article/200808/46831盱眙县妇保院早孕检查多少钱

金湖县治疗宫颈炎哪家医院最好的Two days later, Cassandra was still feeling uncomfortable. The whooshing sound was constant, and she still felt dizzy and nauseous occasionally. Travis had aly made an appointment with Dr. Schwartz for Wednesday. On Wednesday, Dr. Schwartz walked into the examining room in his shorts and sneakers; he was semi-retired. Travis told Dr. Schwartz what had happened. Dr. Schwartz listened, and then looked in Cassandra’s ears.Yep, he said, her left eardrum was punctured. Travis felt like killing himself. “How could this happen?” he asked. “I’ve had lots of girlfriends. They blew in my ears, and I blew in their ears. This never happened before.” Dr. Schwartz said that it was unusual, but that it did happen from time to time. What could be done, they both asked the doctor at almost the same time.He told them that they had two choices: surgery, or waiting. The surgery would cost about ,000. Waiting would cost nothing. He suggested that, if Cassandra could bear the discomfort—she must keep that ear dry at all times—for about two months, the eardrum should heal itself. Surgery, he said, might be advisable after two months, but he wouldn’t recommend it now. He could prescribe her some medication to ease her discomfort. They agreed to wait. They thanked Dr. Schwartz, and Travis drove Cassandra to Rite-Aid to pick up the medication. He apologized to her again. She said that they must pray every night for her eardrum to heal. Article/201105/138079涟水县妇幼保健所预约 Brooke was pulled out of the line at LAX because bells rang as she walked through the airport metal detector. Young and pretty, Brooke had body piercings in her nose, tongue, eyebrows, and ears. Brooke was escorted to a private room by Cher, a female agent from the Transportation Security Administration. She watched as Brooke removed all her rings and barbells. Then Brooke went back through the detector.The bells went off again. Cher accompanied Brooke back to the private room. Brooke said she had forgotten about the navel piercing. She removed the barbell in her navel and walked through the detector again.The bells went off again. Cher started to walk back to the private room with Brooke. A male TSA agent asked Cher if she needed any help. She glared at him. Brooke admitted to Cher that she had a couple more piercings. Cher asked where; Brooke removed her bra. Cher told Brooke she would have to remove the two rings. Brooke easily removed one ring. She tried to remove the other one; it wouldn’t budge. Cher said, “Try these,” and gave Brooke a pair of pliers. The pliers didn’t help.Cher told Brooke that she would not be allowed to board her plane. Brooke started crying. Her boyfriend in Atlanta was going to be very disappointed. Article/201108/149910江苏省淮安/治疗宫颈糜烂多少钱

淮安/妇保院网上预约Nationality is a strange thing. I don’t think it used to be. Nowadays, with globalization, people want to change their nationality. Many people from poor countries want to go to rich countries and become citizens. It’s strange because I don’t understand how your nationality can change. Even if I live in Peru for 50 years, I’m still English, even though I might have a Peruvian passport. I think people have confused feelings when they change nationalities. Their heart is still in their real country and not in the country of their new nationality. Nationality unfairly decides how successful you’ll be in life. If you’re born in a rich country, you’ll get a good education. If you’re born in a poor country, you might not even get basic human rights. Article/201106/139706 The mayor of Sacrapinto, J.K. Choi, 35, was charged with hit-and-run driving last night by the town sheriff. A freshly killed calf was discovered lying in the middle of Arlington Drive at about 10:00 p.m. A witness, 20-year-old Emily Parker, said she saw the car hit the calf and keep going. She didn’t see the driver but she did recognize the hood ornament on the car—a pair of bull horns. “Oh, yes,” Emily said, “I know that's the mayor's car. It's the only car in town with bull horns on the hood.” Asked how she could see the bull horns at night, she replied, “Oh, didn't you know? A couple of months ago the mayor got his horns neonized, so they have this soft purple glow at night. They're really cool-looking.” The sheriff drove over to the mayor's house, which is about five miles from city hall, and found the mayor washing his 1972 Kadillac. He asked why the mayor was washing his car so late at night. “Because that's when there’s no hot sun that causes the car to dry so fast that you have sun streaks. Don’t you know anything, sheriff?” The sheriff pointed out that one of the horns was broken at the tip. “When did that happen?” he asked. “When did what happen?” Choi asked. “Oh, good grief! I never even noticed that! Do you know how expensive these horns are? They don't grow on trees, you know. I wonder if I can find the missing piece and superglue it back on.” The sheriff then showed the mayor the tip of a bull horn. “Do you think this is the missing piece?” The mayor was astounded. He looked at it, turned it over in his hands, and then placed it on the horn, where it fit perfectly. “That's fantastic, sheriff! Thank you so much! Where did you find it?” “Where did I find it? It was next to Farmer Brown's calf that you killed back there about an hour ago.” The mayor's mouth dropped open. “Calf! What calf? What are you talking about? I had no idea. I thought I hit a speed bump. What was his calf doing out in the middle of the road in the middle of the night? “We'll settle this in court. I'm an innocent man. By the way, get that calf over to Lester's butcher shop right now. We'll have us a big barbecue tomorrow at city hall. And don’t forget to invite Farmer Brown. I know he'll forgive me after he tastes Lester's world-famous rib eye.” Article/201106/141678淮安/一院药流多少钱盱眙县医院预约

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