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Driving Cambridge-ward down a Dorchester bill in the wee, pre-dawn hours one night, a Yardling was halted by a flashlight attached to a police-man. After submitting to a tirade, the hapless student insisted that he had bought the car while stationed in Texas, that he lived in New York, and that he went to school in Massachusetts.

"Oh, yeah? Where's that you're going to school?" asked the cop, getting closer and sniffing suspiciously. The victim replied. "Repeat that!" he demanded, cocking his nose.


"I envy you, brother," said the officer, taking a last, long whiff, "I envy you. In vino, veritas."

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