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  1. Political Satire: The Old Man of the Mountain (30)

    Narrator: The priest was riding a white horse like the wind towards the old man's mountain fortress which was a magnificent castle built on top of a high rock reaching 2000 m above sea level.

    On...
  2. Political Satire: The Old Man of the Mountain (16)

    Narrator: After walking many miles along a coastal area, the priest found a middle-aged man lying on a sandy beach. He seemed to be unconscious and his clothes were heavily clogged with water. The...
  3. Political Satire: The Old Man of the Mountain (22)

    Narrator: After travelling many miles in the daytime and sleeping on a tree at night, the priest arrived at a small town of a tiny landlocked principality in the evening. Feeling hungry, he went...
  4. Re: Political Satire: The Old Man of the Mountain (15)

    Trump Says U.S. Will No Longer Be ‘Piggy Bank That Everybody’s Robbing'

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  5. New variant of musical chairs called "You’re fired"

    A police officer was sent to a noisy party scene to give the homeowner a “first warning" after receiving a complaint from a grumpy neighbour. When he arrived at the scene, he found more than a dozen...
  6. Political Satire: The Old Man of the Mountain (10)

    Narrator: When the priest almost reached the peak, he found a half-naked old man, dressed only in a loin cloth, meditating beside a large box at the entrance of a cave. With a long white beard and...
  7. Political Satire: The Old Man of the Mountain (15)

    Narrator: After a while, the priest arrived at a tribal village near a beach. He found a large crowd hurling mirrors against a huge rock. The priest asked one of the onlookers about the commotion.
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  8. Political Satire: The Old Man of the Mountain (17)

    Narrator: After many days of travelling, the priest arrived at an open space in a tribal region. There he found a huge crowd gathering around a raised platform, 24 feet by 24 feet and 4 feet high,...
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    Re: Agong's Fairy Tales

    Thumb Dry asked: 'How come your look has not changed at all since our first meeting?'

    The young man laughed: 'As I have told you just now, I am an immortal. Can you recall what I told you in our...
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    Re: Agong's Fairy Tales

    Next morning, as usual, the children gathered around Agong to listen to his stories. After checking that all the children were present, Agong was going to tell his story when suddenly some children...
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    Re: Agong's Fairy Tales

    (Continuation of the fairy tale)

    At this point, the normally silent listener, Uncle, jokingly interrupted Agong's story: "If his daughter could never be tamed, it would be a good idea for the...
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    Re: Agong's Fairy Tales

    (Continuation of the fairy tale)

    Fourthly, Your Royal Highness has another sister who was abducted by the dwarf pirates and taken to a pirate island where she lived for a number of years. She was...
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    Re: Agong's Fairy Tales

    (Continuation of the fairy tale)

    As usual in the morning, the children gathered around Agong to listen to his stories. The eyes of some of the children were still red from their crying yesterday...
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    Re: Agong's Fairy Tales

    Thanks for your comment. The story mirrors an actual event that is taking place somewhere in the world today. Can you guess the region I am referring to?

    I shall post the third part of the...
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    Re: Agong's Fairy Tales

    After a long while, Agong trudged back to the place where the 12 children were waiting for him to finish the story. Without hiding the surprise on his face, he said: "I thought I have been to the...
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    Agong's Fairy Tales

    Tale 1: The Taming of the Shrew

    Note: This tale, entitled "The Taming of the Shrew", looks like a story for children but it is actually a fictitious story for adults, mirroring an actual...
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    Re: Hello, everybody!

    Thanks for your warm welcome and howdy.

    Last but not least, happy wandering!
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    Re: Hello, everybody!

    Thanks for your warm welcome.

    I treasure your welcome mat (though a red carpet would be better!), hoping that I can walk on it here, there and everywhere.
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    Re: Hello, everybody!

    Thanks to the Chosen One for his warm welcome.
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    Re: Hello, everybody!

    Thanks for your warm welcome.

    Pray that you can find your way out of the Ozone.
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