247. Each time a friend, a colleague, even a random stranger asked him a question

Take a few moments to read this…you won’t regret it! Just proof that it doesn’t take a whole lot of words to pack in emotional punches.

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Each time a friend, a colleague, even a random stranger asked him a question  of the ‘do you’ kind, his reply would start out the same.

‘Do you remember the formula we had to use in this spreadsheet?’

‘Of course.’

‘Do you know the way to the railway station?’

‘Of course.’

‘Do you suppose that Cary from accounting is having an affair with Violet from reception?’

He knew it all.

He knew how tall the Statue of Liberty was. Three hundred and five feet and one inch, from the bottom of the pedestal to the tip of the torch.

Just like anyone would remember that it takes eight minutes for the Sun’s light to reach Earth or that no three positive integers a, b, and c can satisfy the equation an + bn = cn for any integer value of n greater than two.

He also knew that he would go…

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