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479. A competent accountant could expect to earn $2000 per year, a
dentist $2500 per year, a veterinarian between $1500 and $4000
per year, and a mechanical engineer about $5000 per year.
More than 95 percent of all births in the United States took
place at home.
Ninety percent of all U.S. physicians had no college education.
Instead, they attended medical schools, many of which were
condemned in the press and by the government as "substandard."
Sugar cost four cents a pound. Eggs were fourteen cents a
dozen. Coffee cost fifteen cents a pound.

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1054. Q. What is scarier than nuclear war?
A. Hairy breasts on a woman.

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287. A married couple went to see a counselor due to an unhappy relationship
for the past two months. After listening each of them complain about
their personal lifestyles, he asked them if they were even having a
sexual relationship. They both agreed that the sex part of it is good
although it was difficult to schedule a particular time between their
work schedules. The counselor was flabbergasted and asked why they would
have to *schedule* a sexual encounter when, in fact, they should just
engage on the 'humpty hump' when the feelings flare. The couple agreed
to try this new method and would return in a few days, pending their
experiment. After a few days, the couple showed up for their meeting
walking hand-in-hand, with a rosy glow on their faces. The counselor
asked what transpired between the two and the man said, "Well, we were
having breakfast yesterday morning and I looked into her eyes as she sat
down. It was then that a passion erupted in me and she felt the same
way. When she saw the same thing in my eyes, we threw caution to the
wind and on the table, we fucked until we each had at least three
orgasms. We then realized that the neighbors will never come over for
breakfast the next time we invite them!"

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