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Art Paul
[[underlined]]TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR MODERN TIMES[[/underlined]]
*Thou shalt not covet they neighbor's wife unless thou pay a small covet charge.
*Thou shalt not commit adultery, nor even infancy. 
*Thou shalt not throw litter out the window, but carry it down and throw it into the street. 
*Thou shalt not use any four-letter words unless writing a Broadway play.
*Thou shalt not tell lies, unless thou write TV advertising copy.
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