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Is it possible that the audience is losing interest in us?‘’, the security guard protested and in his indignation kicked a cardboard box full of condoms, making a sizable hole in it.The therapist’s face had no need for the blush to burn.As far as I know, there’s only one Hungarian educator with magic powers, and (like all good wizards) his secrets are maddeningly hard to find.Laszlo Polgar studied intelligence in university, and decided he had discovered the basic principles behind raising any child to be a genius.
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