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Ripley's Believe It or Not! #320(8/15/2007)

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< TASK 1 > Read the articles (1) to (3). And figure out which article they come from. Answer A, B, or C.

(1) All electrons and protons moving through the wires, cables and transistors of the Internet have combined weight of less than two ounces!

(2) Nathan Sawaya of New York City left his job as a successful attorney to become a Lego brick artist!

(3) Q: While walking down a train track, a man sees a train coming at him. He runs 15 feet toward the train before jumping out of the way. Why would he do that?
A: To avoid a speeding train, a man runs 15 feet toward the train before jumping out of the way because he is either in a tunnel or on a bridge!

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