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Simple things

One week it’s seminars on tall buildings, the next it’s conferences on building schools for the future. Yes, it’s all glamour with the AJ. But Astragal felt it necessary to describe the profound levels of boredom that can be achieved at these events. The same dilemma often enters Astragal’s little mind – who would win in a fight between a lion and a bear? But more recently even the burning issue of whether falling coconuts really do kill more tourists than shark attacks has been trickling ...

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