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"Having concluded, Your Highness, an exhaustive study of this nation's political, social, an
economic history, and after examining, Sire, the unfortunate events leading to the preen,
deplorable state of the realm, the consensus of the Council is that Your Majesty's only
course, for the public good, must be to take the next step."
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COURIER-POST, Tuesday. June 30, 1981
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"You have all been reading and watching TV about the serious
flooding in Mississippi, well, this man, we will call him
"Sam" lived in a two story house. The water started rising and
a boat came by to rescue him. However, he waved them on, saying,
"the Lord will take care of me, I'm staying."
The water kept rising and Sam had to move to the second floor.
Another boat came by and offered to rescue him. His answer was
the same, "I'm staying, the Lord will take care of me."
The water kept rising and Sam had to move to the roof. A helicopter
came over and dropped a rope ladder. He waved the helicopter on
and shouted "the Lord will take care of me"
All HELL broke loose, Sam and the house were washed away. When
Sam woke he was in heaven. He said "LORD, WHAT HAPPENED" you
promised to take care of me. The Lord replied, Sam I sent two
boats and a helicopter, What More Can You Expect??"