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November 15, 2009

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Wonderful Article. I am surprised to see the picture of a Smiling Man at Work in a Smokey Fire. After reading the article I came to know that The shack in the image is burning, and the man inside is fine, evidently protected from the fire by a special suit made of fire-resistant materials.

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Maybe there's another explanation. Maybe he's a baker and he's just mucked up a new recipe, now he's figuring out what he did wrong.

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