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He Couldn't Afford To Be Bitten By A Dog

At a recent religious service that was a part of the moral revival movement sponsored by Rev. William Barber's "Breach Repairers (http://www.breachrepairers.org) a man told a story about how, as he was being confronted by an angry dog, he worried more about how he couldn't afford to be bitten by a dog than about the potential dog bite itself. This man worked a minimum wage job.
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