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An old Native American Indian chief was famous for predicting what the weather would do. A group of people would go to the chief and ask him, “What will the weather be like tomorrow?” The chief would reply, “Much rain. Very wet.” The next day, it would rain, and it was very wet. Others from the tribe would go to the chief and ask, “What will the weather be like tomorrow?” “Much snow. Very cold.” Sure enough, it snowed, and it was very cold. On one such occasion, the people of the tribe asked, “Chief, what will the weather do tomorrow?” The chief replied, “I dunno. Radio broken.”

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