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What fame can do Parked outside the local supermarket I saw a Rolls Royce I straighten my shoulder and walked in with dignity. The staff looked tense like an Imam had visited a church sermon. Then I saw him, a tall elegant man deeply tanned, I can´t say black anymore, but my wife comes from Kinshasa. He walked around the shop looking at things unnerving us, finally, he bought an apple, ate it on his way to the rolls, Threw the apple core away entered (open-topped) And drove away. The staff was relieved, told me he was a famous actor, It is not every day such an elevated personality visited our shop.

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