From: Sergio Mascarenhas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun 11 Jan 1998 - 21:29:31 EET
According to today's newspapper, the Korean President described South
Korea's policy regarding North Korea as a 'Sunny Policy'. This policy is
based on a Korean tale that goes like this (not recomended to
"Sun and Storm made a bet on which of the two would be first to force a man
to take-out his heavy coat.
Storm was first to attempt it. He started to blow with all his strengh
trying to blow out the coat, but the man braced himself inside his coat for
protection, and the more Storm blew, the more he resisted.
Next was Sun: he just shined, slowly raising the temperature, until the
man, unable to keep with the hot weather, took out his coat."
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