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Wallace Hopp, University of Michigan Scorpion met Frog on a river bank and asked him for a ride to the other side. "How do I know you won't sting me?" asked Frog. "Because," replied Scorpion, "if I do, I will drown." Satisfied, Frog set out across the water with Scorpion on his back. Halfway across, Scorpion stung Frog. "Why did you do that?" gasped Frog as he started to sink.
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