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A Lesson Learned

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A Lesson Learned

A Lesson Learned
A man entered this lieberry [his boy a child was young a toddler not yet informed 
by school in thinking thoughts (four or five mabe six)]
this information commons to use a computer. As he sat this young man at a 
keyboard to keep him occupied while daddy worked He gave this old poet back 
his smile and even a laugh yes eye did laugh at this wonderfully impish MAN 
playing computer and having fun acting all grown. The imp did not wave his arms 
and bang them down as some young do he was a man he moved the mouse he 
clicked the icons on the bottom of the screen he looked so serious intent on 
working opening the programs impressing me but he was young for collage 
though now well prepared he knows just how to get the things to work and that 
was quite a lesson learned to observe this so young man at his computer work. 
A Lesson learned.

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