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Title: "How to shoot an elephant" and "Empty Seat" caparisons

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Date: August 24, 2001
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He felt as if he had to do it, cause by not doing it would have been like him demonstrating his and his native country weakness. Being in a county that his native land had a lot of imperial influence, he could not let this happen. The "Empty Seat" Tells of a man who gets on a bus and unknowingly sits next to a sobbing lady...

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As the story progresses the lady begins to cry louder and louder, until it gets the attention of the entire bus. People start to look at the man as if he is the one making the lady cry. Out of desperation he tries to point out that he is not making this lady cry. So he eventually decides to get up from the seat next to the lady and stand in the isles...

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