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The Patient and Psychiatrist

There is two patient live in the mental hospital, they have been long made friends, their name is Putra and Budi. At one particular day Budi sink in the pool, the Putra help him, that occurence is seen by psychiatrist. See that, psychiatrist sure that Putra quite better.
Two day later psychiatrist give news to Putra. Psychiatrist say ,“There is good news and job’s news to you Putra”.”The good news is you have recovered and you can go out from this hospital immediately”.”And the obsolence news is your friends,Budi dying because sticking neck into nooses, i’m sorry to hear that”.
Then Putra said,”No doctor, Budi have wet yesterday, then I hang to the sun to be running dry.

Preventive Maintenance

• Cleaning is a major part of keeping a computer system healthy:
• Use a lint-free soft cloth (chamois) for cleaning the plastic outer-surfaces of the system
• Outer-surface cleaning can be accomplished with a simple soap-and water solution, followed by a clear water rinse
• Cleaning should be followed by the application of an anti-static spray or anti-static solution

Preventive Maintenance Procedures
Computer equipment is susceptible to failures caused by:
• Dust buildup
• Rough handling
• Extremes in temperature

Heat Buildup
• Check for other sources of heat buildup around the computer and its peripherals. These sources include the following:
• Direct sunlight from an outside window
• Locations of portable heaters in the winter
• Papers/books piled up around the equipment
• Computer furniture design and placement (creating a lack of free air space around the computer)

Protecting Monitors
The preventive maintenance associated with monitors consists of:
• Periodic cleaning, dusting, and good commonsense practices around the monitor.
• Aerosol sprays, solvents, and commercial cleaners should be avoided because they can damage the screen and cabinet.
• A simple cleaning solution is fine for cleaning the monitor
• Make sure that the monitor’s power chord is disconnected from any power source before washing
• The monitor’s screen should be dried with a soft cloth after rinsing

Caring for LCD Displays
• The screen should be cleaned periodically with a glass cleaner and a soft, lint-free cloth
• Spray the cleaner on the cloth and then wipe the screen
• Never spray the cleaner directly on the screen
• Avoid scratching the surface of the screen
• Take care to remove any liquid droplets from the screen because they can cause permanent staining
• After cleaning, allow 30 minutes for complete drying

Protecting Hard-Disk Drives
• Rough handling is responsible for more harddisk drive damage than any other factor.
• The drive should never be moved while you can still hear its disks spinning
• If a hard-disk drive is to be transported or shipped, make sure to pack it properly
• At no time should the hard drive’s housing, which protects the platters, be removed in open air.

Protecting Removable Media Drives
Removable cartridges or disks can be adversely affected by:
• Extremes in temperature
• Exposure to magnetic and electromagnetic fields
• Bending
• Airborne particles that can lead to information loss

Maintaining Removable Media Drives
Cleaning kits are available for:
• Floppy drives
• CD/DVD drives
• Tape drives

Protecting Input Devices
• An occasional dusting and cleaning should be all that’s required
• Input peripherals generally require very little preventive maintenance

Power-Line Protection
Typical power-supply variations fall into two categories:
􀁺 Transients—overvoltage conditions that can be classified as spikes (measured in nanoseconds) or as surges (measured in milliseconds)
􀁺 Sags—undervoltage conditions that include voltage sags and brownouts. A voltage sag typically lasts only a few milliseconds, whereas a brownout can last for a protracted period of time

Surge Suppressers
There are two factors to consider when choosing a surge suppresser:
• Clamping speed—how quickly the protective circuitry reacts to changes in the incoming power level and attempts to limit the change
• Clamping voltage—the designated voltage level that the device will attempt to maintain

Uninterruptible Power Supplies
• Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) are battery-based systems that monitor the incoming power and kick-in when unacceptable variations occur in the power source
• Can be either a standby power system (offline) or an active power system (online)

Basic care and tips for using your computer

Turning your computer on and off
To turn on the computer, simply press and release the power button below the LCD screen beside the easy-launch buttons. See “Front view” on page 15 for the location of the power button.
• Use the Windows shutdown
• Use the power button
You can also put the computer in sleep mode by pressing the sleep hotkey

Note: If you cannot power off the computer normally, press and hold the power button for more than four seconds to shutdown the computer. If you turn off the computer and want to turn it on again, wait at least two seconds before powering up.

Taking care of your computer
Your computer will serve you well if you take care of it.
• Do not expose the computer to direct sunlight. Do not place it near sources of heat, such as a radiator.
• Do not expose the computer to temperatures below 0 C (32 F) or above 50 C (122 F).
• Do not subject the computer to magnetic fields.
• Do not expose the computer to rain or moisture.
• Do not spill water or any liquid on the computer.
• Do not subject the computer to heavy shock or vibration.
• Do not expose the computer to dust or dirt.
• Never place objects on top of the computer.
• Do not slam the computer display when you close it.
• Never place the computer on uneven surfaces.

Taking care of your AC adapter
Here are some ways to take care of your AC adapter:
• Do not connect the adapter to any other device.
• Do not step on the power cord or place heavy objects on top of it.
• Carefully route the power cord and any cables away from foot traffic.
• When unplugging the power cord, do not pull on the cord it self but pull on the plug.
• The total ampere ratings of the equipment plugged in should not exeed the ampere rating of the cord if you are using an extention cord. Also, the total current rating of all equipment plugged into a single wall outlet should not exeed the fuse rating.

Taking care of your battery pack
Here are some ways to take care of your battery pack:
• Use only batteries of the same kind as replacements. Turn the power off before removing or replacing batteries.
• Do not tamper with battries. Keep them away from children.
• Dispose of used battries according to local regulations. Recycle if possible.

Cleaning and service
When are some ways to take care of your battery pack:
• Turn off the computer and remove the battery pack.
• Disconnect the AC adapter.
• Use a soft, moist cloth. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
If either of the following occurs:
• The computer has been dropped or the body has been damaged
• The computer does not operate normally


You will have seen AdWords in action before. They are those little text ads that appear down the right hand side of Google’s search results. They are an amazingly powerful method of advertising. The ads you see are 100% related to the keywords that you type into a search. This means, that as an AdWords advertiser you are capable of displaying your ads in front of an audience that is already interested in your products of services. Never before have businesses been able to conduct their advertising in such a highly targeted manner.

If your internet company rented holiday properties in Spain for example, you could set up your AdWords ads to appear ONLY when someone typed in keywords like ”Spanish, Spain, holiday, rental, villas, apartments, properties etc.”

Of course, this all comes at a price. As an advertiser, you have to pay Google every time somebody clicks on one of your ads. Not knowing how to cost their system, the geniuses at Google came up with the idea of letting their advertisers bid against each other for the value of their chosen keywords.

This means, that if I wanted my ads to be displayed the most often when someone types the key phrase “Spanish holidays” into Google, I would have to out bid the advertiser who currently comes top of the list for this key phrase.

The internet has matured as a result of ppc advertising. The embarrassing days of the Dot Coms are well and truly behind us. The value of online businesses can now be measured because ppc advertising is a dynamic system that reflects real-world supply and demand.

With ppc advertising, Google has enabled small online businesses to flourish, whilst making tens of billions for themselves.


With their follow up program Adsense, Google created an opportunity for everybody to get a share in this lucrative market.

Adsense is an extension of the AdWords program that allows any website owner to place AdWords ads on their site. However, the difference in this system lies in the fact that ads displayed come not from search phrases, but from the content of your site.

Then, when someone views your site, the JaeScript automatically fetches ads from the Google server and places them on your page. Google does this with its advanced content recognition technology. This technology is so clever, that it knows which country you are viewing a site from. It then places country specific ads accordingly. For example, if you had a site about fly-fishing tackle retailers, and in the USA people would see ads for American retailers.

When someone clicks on one of your ads, Google charges the advertiser. Google then takes a cut of the money and gives the rest to you. Although Google won’t disclose any details about their payout ratio, it is rumored that they take 32% and you get 68%.

Before you start thinking: why don’t I just click on my ads all day long and make loads of money? Goole has thought of this and takes click fraud very seriosly. They want their advertising system to work. They can tell if you have been committing click fraud and will bar you from AdSense FOREVER!

Making serious money

99% of AdSense users make next to nothing. They stick the code onto their website and sit back. When the money doesn’t appear they think the system is useless. This is good for us, because those in the know can make extraordinary amounts of legitimate, Google approved money.

There is a simple formula to success with AdSense. Here it is:


• The key lies in finding a niche market and creating a content rich, topical site within this market. You then fill the content of your site with high paying keywords.
• Next, through good search engine optimization and advenced inbound linking strategies, you build a high and constant flow of traffic to your site
• Then, only after you have taken steps one and two, do you place the AdSense code into your site. You add the JavaScript whilst employing certain techniques that make the ads look more attrative. This will evcourage more of your website’s visitors to click on the ads.

This strategy, coupled with careful tracking of ad performance, will guarantee that you are making serious amounts of money with Google AdSense.

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The Big Guest

An elephant trainer, or mahout as he is known in India, teaches elephants to obey commands. When an elephant disobeys, the mahout pokes him with a stick that has a sharp metal point. But, as this story shows, eveyone would do well to remember that there may be some truth in the old saying,”An elephant never forgets.”

Everybody called him “Raja.” It was not his real name but he liked being called “Raja.” He lived with his Grandfather and Grandmother. They were his guardians. Raja’s mother died when he was young. His father left Raja with his grandparents, who brought him up.
Grandfather was a tall, strong man. He always spoke in a loud voice. He knew everyone in the village. People respected him. They came to him for advice and help.
Grandmother was kind and gentle. She took good care of Raja. She would follow him like a shadow, saying,”Drink this milk” or “Eat your food” or “Have your bath” or “Go to bed.” Raja did not like this, but still he loved his grandmother very much.
At home Raja did not have any friend to play with. Grandfather did not like Raja would be spoiled if he did so. Other children did not like to come to the house because they were afraid of Grandfather.
Yet life with Grandfather was not dull. Raja liked his home and the very large garden all round it. There were many trees in the garden: coconut trees, mango trees, and other kinds of trees. There were birds, butterflies, and honeybees. There were many tanks, with plenty of fish in them. Kingfishers, storks, and other water birds came to the tanks to catch the fish.
In a corner of the compound was a grove, where trees, shrubs, and creepers grew wild. Jackals, mongooses, wildcats, and owls lived in the grove.
Raja’s grandfather owned many cows, bulls, and bullocks. Little calves played and ran about in the garden.
Raja liked to play with the calves. He liked to watch the birds in the garden. He looked for jackals coming out of the grove. He ran after mongooses. He caught butterflies and reptiles.
Once Raja’s grandparents had a big guest at home. It was Lakshmi, a young cow elephant. She belonged to a rich relative. The relative wanted Raja’s grandparents to keep the elephant for some days. Grandfather did not like the idea very much. It was costly to feed an elephant, even a young elephant. But Grandfather could not refuse the request of a relative.
Raja was excited when he heard Lakshmi was coming. Raja asked people how he should welcome the elephant. Grandfather told him that elephants loved sugar cane and that he should keep some for Lakshmi.
Once evening Lakshmi arrived with her mahout , Kittu. Everybody in the house came out to welcome her. She was a beautiful young elephant.
Kittu said,”She is young. She is hardly eight years old. She is intelligent and learns things quickly. She is very loving and likes to play with people.”
Kittu said so many good things about Lakshmi that Raja thought Lakshmi could have been Kittu’s own daughter.
Raja had a piece of sugar cane with him and he wanted to give it to Lakshmi. But he was afraid to go near her. Kittu saw Raja holding the sugar cane and took him near Lakshmi, saying, “She loves children.” Raja offered the sugar cane to Lakshmi and she took it and ate it.
At night Lakshmi was chained to a tree in the court-yard. Raja sat there for a long time watching her. He would have remained there longer but Grandmother came out and said,” Now, Raja, you go to bed. You can watch the elephant in the morning.”
Raja woke up early next morning and went out. Lakshmi saw him and she waved her trunk as if welcoming him. He was still afraid to go near the elephant. Lakshmi tried to come to Raja but she could not as she was chained to the tree.
Kittu came in the morning. He took Lakshmi out for a bath. Raja had never seen an elephant bathing. So he followed them to the tank. Lakshmi first went into the water alone. She played in the water. She took water in her trunk and poured it over her body several times.
Then Kittu went in and asked her to sit down. She filled her trunk again with water and looked at Kittu. Kittu said,”Don’t, don’t do it.” But Lakshmi would not listen. She spouted all the water on Kittu.
Kittu did not get angry. He again asked Lakshmi to sit. But Lakshmi again filled her trunk with water. Now Kittu showed her his stick and warned her not to repeat the mischief. This time Lakshmi did not pour water on him but threw it backward with force. Raja was standing just behind and the water fell all over him. It was great fun. Lakshmi was only playing.

Kittu pulled Lakshmi by the ear and ordered her to sit. She obeyed. He then scrubbed her with a piece of stone and cleaned her all over.
On the way back Kittu gave Raja a ride on Lakshmi. Raja was thrilled. When they reached home, Grandfather, Grandmother, and all the others were waiting outside to see Raja riding an elephant.
Kittu had told Raja that Lakshmi liked ripe bananas better than sugar cane. Raja waited for an opportunity to give her some. As soon as Grandfather was out, Raja quietly went to the cellar and took half of a huge bunch of ripe bananas. He took the bananas to Lakshmi. She ate them with great relish.
Later, Grandfather noticed that some of the bananas were missing. He asked everyone about it and found out that Raja had taken the bananas. Grandfather did not like anybody taking anything without his permission. He took a long cane and called Raja.
Raja knew grandfather wanted to beat him. He ran. And Grandfather ran after him.
Lakshmi was not chained to the tree at that time. She saw Raja running and Grandfather chasing him. She immediately came to Raja’s help. She rushed towards Grandfather with a wild cry.
Grandfather was very frightened. He turned back, ran into the house, and bolted the door. Raja went to lakshmi and patted her.
After a while Grandfather came out, holding in his hand the other half of the banana bunch. He asked Raja to take it and give it to the elephant. Raja did so, and both Grandfather and Lakshmi were happy. So was Raja.

By Shankar
Illustrations by Pulak Biswas

The Cosmonaut

All schoolchildren in Rusia belong to at least one after-school club. This activity is counted as part of their schoolwork. There are clubs for mathematics, music, art, and many other subjects. But why, Kniajin’s teacher wondered, would anyone want to join all the clubs?

The new boy sat in the last row. His hair was so red that it was impossible not to notice him. “We have a new kid,” said Levushkin, the class chatterbox.
The teacher asked the new where he came from.”They tore down our old house and we moved to a new apartment in this neighborhood,” he answered.
“What is your name?”
“And how is your math?” This teacher taught math.
“It’s my most favorite subject,” answered Kniajin.
Noticing the new boy’s face. Then he turned to the board and began to explain a new type of equation.
As always when the teacher’s back was turned, Levushkin began to whisper and giggle. “Be quit! You’re making it hard for the rest of us to hear what he’s saying,” the teacher heard the new boy tell Levushkin. He turned around and saw Levushkin look very put out, as if he had taken a mouthful of scalding tea and didn’t know whether to spit it out or swallow it.
“Kniajin,” said the teacher,”go to the board and solve this problem using the new equation.”
The new boy solved the problem quickly. Then he explained how he had done it, speaking clearly and without hesitation. The teacher liked his answer. Many of the boys in that class would have used too many words, but not Kniajin.
The recess bell rang. As the children were pouring out of the classroom, Levushkin’s voice was heard saying,” Did you hear that kid! I made it ‘hard’ for him. Too bad! It’s only his first day here and already he’s trying to be boss. A guy can’t even breathe with him around! A redhead and a teacher’s pet on top of it!”
“I know my hair is red,” Kniajin snapped back,”you needn’t bother to tell me. And you’re nothing but a fool to tease me about a thing like that. Exactly-a fool.”
A week later the shcool’s Senior Club Leader showed the math teacher the lists with the names of children who had signed up for different interest clubs. Kniajin’s name was the first on the math-club list. “Very good!” thought the teacher.”That boy is all right. We need more like him.” Then he leafed through the rest of the lists and came upon Kniajin’s name on nearly all of them. The new boy had signed up for the zoology as well as the physics and the sports clubs. The only one he hadn’t joined was the singing group.
During the next recess the teacher called him over.”Why did you join all the clubs?” he asked.”In my opinion, this was rather thoughtless.”
“I had to do it,” answered the boy.

“Perhaps you don’t know what really interests you?”
“No, it’s not that. I don’t know,” Kniajin said stubbornly,”but I must join a lot of them. The reason is a secret.”
“Secret or no secret,” said the teacher,”you’d better not bother to come to the math club. If you’re going to be in the zoology, the physics, and the sports groups, you certainly wont’t have time left for much math.”
The boy looked quite upset. He even grew pale. The teacher felt sorry that he had spoken to him so harshly. After all, he was still only a youngster.
For a few moments the two stood facing each other in silence. Then Kniajin blurted out,”I must make sure that I know everything. So that they couldn’t do without me. I’m going to be a spaceship pilot. I’ve never mentioned this to anyone, but you made me...”
“So that’s what it is,” said the teacher, really looking at Kniajin for the first time. His shock of red hair covered a large, slightly bulging forehead, and his blue eyes were now full of despair. “He’s the kind that will make it,” he thought. “This one will reach his goal.” And the math teacher now suddenly remembered how it had left during the war to parachute from a plane-how frightened he had been when he jumped into the void, looking down on the distant earth below, on the trees seeming like small clumps of fur, on the rivers which looked like rain puddles, and how he had worried: “What if the parachute doesn’t open?” At that moment the earth had become not welcoming but terrified,” the teacher mused, “but this one will go up there anyway!”
And to Kniajin he said, “If that’s the case, if you’re determined to be a cosmonaut, I have no objection to your joining all the clubs.”
“Thank you,” said Kniajin.
For the first three months of the term Kniajin didn’t miss a single meeting of the term Kniajin didn’t miss a single meeting of the math group. Then he stopped coming. He was absent-minded in class and he had even become noticeably thinner.
“How come you dropped out of the math club?” the teacher asked him one day.
Kniajin raised his eyes. They were like the eyes of another person-they were now not full of despair but deeply mournful and not nearly as blue. “I’ll probably start coming again,” he said absently.
Later Levushkin, who had become friends with the new boy, told the teacher, “Kniajin is in big trouble! I’m not supposed to tell you what it is, but he sure is in big trouble!” The teacher decided he would have a talk with Kniajin one day soon. But, by accident, he ran into him that very evening. He was standing near the counter in a bookstore when he suddenly heard a familiar voice ask, “Do you have anything new today?”
“Listen,” the saleswoman answered, “don’t expect something new every day. Why don’t you come around only once or twice a week?” The teacher looked around to see whom she was addressing. There stood Kniajin. There was something different about him. The teacher didn’t realize at once what it was; then he noticed that the boy was wearing glasses. Small, child’s lenses in a light metal frame. Kniajin blushed, his cheeks, ears, and even his nose turning a purple red.
“Oh, it’s you,” said the teacher. But he didn’t have time to add another word before the boy took to his heels. The teacher ran after him. “Kniajin,” he called to him, “Kniajin, wait!”
A man looked strangely at the running teacher, and a woman cried,”Stop that boy!”
Only then did Kniajin halt. Without looking at his teacher, he removed his glasses and hung his head.
“A smart boy like you ought to know better than that! There are plenty of people who have to wear glasses, and they’re not ashamed of it. Don’t take offense, but, in my opinion, you’re being quite silly.”
Kniajin remained silent.
“To run away because of something like that!” the teacher continued. “And Levushkin called it ‘big trouble’. Nonsense!”
Kniajin looked up, saying in a choked voice,”But they won’t accept me as a pilot. I found out that they don’t take near-sighted people. Now I’ll never be able to fly spaceships. I hate these glasses!”
“So, that’s it,”the teacher said to himself, “that’s why he’s been so miserable and getting so thin. His first dream has been shattered to bits, and he’s suffering-alone and in secret.”
“You’re torturing yourself for no reason,” he said to the boy. “You can fly in a spaceship as an astronomer, an engineer, or a physician.”
“Do you really think so? Do you really think that I can still have some hope?” He clung to the teacher’s words with relief. “Why did’t I think of that? I’m just a fool! Exactly-a fool.”
Kniajin replaced his glasses on his nose, now beaming red with joy, and took off as though he were running straight toward his happy future.

Kveta Is My Younger Sister

Czechoslovakia is a very small but beautiful country in Eastern Europe. It is named for the two groups of people – the Czechs and the Slovaks who live there. These people are noted for their love of music and sport.

Im Martin. Milan is my friend, and Kveta is my younger sister. Milan came to visit us right after lunch one day. He wore new clothes and carried his violin case.
“Martin, let’s go fishing,”Milan said.
“I can’t,” I replaid. “ I have school this afternoon.”
Milan placed his violin on a chair.
“I cant’t either,” He said.”I have to play the violin for a dance at the nursery school.”
Kveta was listening. She was too young to go to school, but she could already imagine what happens there.
“I’m glad you can’t go,”she said,” because you wouldn’t take me with you anyway.”
Then she ignored us completely and went off to play with her teddy bear.
“My school doesn’t start until two o’clock,” I whispered to Milan.
He whispered back, “ My dance doesn’t either!”

I picked up my schoolbag, Milan picked up his violin case, and when Kveta wasn’t looking, we ran out of the house and all the way to the river.
I have a hiding place among the willow trees where I keep my fishing pole. As soon as we arrived there, I took out the fishing pole and put in my schoolbag. Milan put his violin case next to my schoolbag and we went off fishing.
I was the first to catch a fish. Then Milan caught one. I caught another one. It was a rainbow trout and it was definitely the biggest one I had ever seen. It was all silver and gold, with fins that looked as if they had been dipped in red paint. Obviously, Milan was jealous. He kept saying that it was just an ordinary carp.
“It’s a rainbow trout,”I insisted.
“No, it’s a carp,” he replaid.
We argued and argued until we were worn out. Then we made a little pond in the sand, put the trout in it for safe-keeping, and went looking for someone older to settle our argument. We went upstream and downstream, but we could find no one. Worse than that, when we came back to the pond we had made, the fish was gone!

“Maybe it jumped back into the river,”said Milan.
I thought about arguing that neither rainbow trout nor carp could jump such a distance, but I noticed the time on my wrist watch. In five minutes it would be a quarter to two. Milan rushed to our hiding place, grabbed his violin case, and ran off to school.
I took my schoolbag and was ready to go too, when I noticed a pile of freshly pulled grass. I sifted through it, and at the bottom of the pile of grass I found Milan’s violin with fish scales sticking to it.
Later, Milan told me,”When I arrived at the nursery school it was ten minutes to two. Everyone asked me why I had been running and told me to quickly tune my violin.
“They gave me a towel to wipe the sweat off my hands, and then they suggested that I comb my hair a little. They gave me a comb, and so I did.
“Again they told me to hurry up and get my violin ready! Just at that moment, Martin, you came running up to the window and started to yell something. One of the teachers opened the window and asked what you wanted. You kept yelling in my direction,’You have fish in there, you have a fish in there,’ and you held up my violin.
“That’s when I opened my violin case and pulled out the teddy bear that squeaked when its head moved up and down.
“Everyone laughed. I ran outside to get my violin, but you were gone and my violin was on the doorstep.”
Then, I told Milan,”Really, I was sure that there would be a fish inside that case, because when I found the violin in the grass, there were fish scales all over it, and my fish had disappeared.
“I ran after you as fast as I could to tell you what had happened and to warn you not to open your violin case.

“But, when I arrived at the nursery school, it was already five minutes to two, and I only had time to yell about the fish, leave the violin on the doorstep, and then run away. Obviously, I myself was late for school.
“As soon as I sat down at my desk, the teacher told us to take out our books and start reading. I started to open my schoolbag, but then I hesitated to put my hand in it.
“’Go ahead,’ the teacher said.
“’ I can’t, there’s a fish in there,’ I replied.
“ I said,’Since there was a teddy bear in the violin case instead of a violin, where can the fish be? I must have it in my schoolbag.’
“At this point, the teacher himself put his hand into my schoolbag and pulled out a book. Then he put it back and said,’Somebody take Martin home and put a cold rag on his head.’”
After exchanging our stories, I said to Milan, “The teddy bear must be Kveta’s work. She may not go to school yet, but she sure knows how to get even all right! She must have followed us secretly and arranged the whole thing with the violin and the teddy bear.”
Milan said,”The fish was probably her work, too. While we were arguing, I bet she quickly dropped the fish into the river.”
“Which fish?” I asked.
“The carp,”said Milan.
“You mean the rainbow trout,”I said.
“Kveta is listening,”said Milan
He said no more.
Neither did I.

By Vaclav Ctvrtek
Translated from the Czech
Illustration by Vladimir Fuka Hervert.
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