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Three guys are convicted of a very
serious crime,and they're all sentenced
to twenty years in solitary confinement.
They're each allowed one thing to bring
into the cell with them.

The first guy asks for a big stack of
books.

The second guy asks for his wife.

And the third guy asks for two hundred
cartons of cigarettes.

At the end of the twenty years, they
open up the first guy's cell. He comes
out and says, "I studied so hard.
I'm so bright now, I could be a lawyer.
It was terrific."

They open up the second guy's door.
He comes out with his wife, and they've
got five new kids. He says. "It was the
greatest thing of my life. My wife and
I have never been so close. I have a
beautiful new family. I love it."

They open up the third guy's door, and
he's slapping at his pockets, going
"Anybody got a match?"
 

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Cowley, Abraham

Cowley, Abraham (1618-67), Eng. poet
Cowley, Abraham (1618-67), Eng. poet
 

"The first three men in the world were a gardener, a ploughman, and a graizer; and if any object that the second of these was a murderer, I desire him to consider that as soon as he was so, he quitted our profession, and turned builder."

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