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The Old Crow & The Young Crow

THERE was an old crow teaching a young crow one day, and he said to him, "Now my son," says he, "listen to the advice I'm going to give you. If you see a person coming near you and stooping, mind yourself, and be on your keeping; he's stooping for a stone to throw at you."
"But tell me," says the young crow, "what should I do if he had a stone already down in his pocket?"
"Musha, go 'long out of that," says the old crow, "you've learned enough; the devil another learning I'm able to give you."

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