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Michel Pireu

Treat everyone you meet as if you have secret information that they are about to become extremely rich. Never tell a lie but never tell the whole truth, and never miss an opportunity to go to the lavatory. Everything matters, but nothing matters that much. Make sure you marry someone who can cook. Never fall out with anyone.

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