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The fellow next door says that if he has a problem, he thinks it out on a river bank.  He can sit there all day long with a fish pole in his hand and get things sort of straightened up in his mind.  He never catches a fish, but when he comes home, folks speak of him as a “patient fisherman.”  If he sits in the back yard at home all day thinking things over and putting his mind at ease, people speak of him as “that lazy fellow down the street.”


Lifetime Speaker’s Encyclopedia, Volume 1, Jacob M. Braude, page 599

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