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A lady noticed a boy sprinkling salt on the sidewalk to take off the ice and remarked to a friend pointing to the salt: Now that's true benevolence

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A lady noticed a boy sprinkling salt on the sidewalk to take off

the ice, and remarked to a friend, pointing to the salt:

"Now, that's true benevolence."

"No, it ain't," said the boy, somewhat indignant, "it's salt."

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