or LINCOLN ON WORK When Abraham Lincoln was a young man he took a sack of grain to be ground at the mill. The owner had the reputation for being the slowest and laziest miller in Illinois. After watching him for a while, Lincoln said, “You know, I think I could eat that grain as fast as you are grinding it.” “But how long could you keep it up?” the miller replied ungraciously. “Until I starve to death,” the future president retorted. Peter Hay
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