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Daughter Refuses to Share Skittles

I took my family to a high school football game. During the third quarter, my daughter Landra said, "Dad, can I have some money to buy some candy?" Now I'm not a big candy guy, but I said, "Landra, here's $5. Go and buy some candy." She came back with a sack full of Skittles. As I watched her eat them, I said, "Landra, ...

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