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Security lady: ID! Girl: I left mine upstairs in the library. Security lady: You need it every time you leave the building. Girl: But I told you I was going out. Don’t you remember? Security lady: I don’t remember a lot of things. –Cardozo School of Law, 5th Avenue Overheard by: DGA
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