3、TWO MEN were journeying together. One of them picked up an axe that lay upon the path, and said, "I have found an axe." "Nay, my friend," replied the other, "do not say 'I,' but 'We' have found an axe." They had not gone far before they saw the owner of the axe pursuing them, and he who had picked up the axe said, "We are undone." "Nay," replied the other, "keep to your first mode of speech, my friend; what you thought right then, think right now. Say 'I,' not 'We' are undone."
4、A YOUNG MAN, a great spendthrift, had run through all his patrimony and had but one good cloak left. One day he happened to see a Swallow, which had appeared before its season, skimming along a pool and twittering gaily. He supposed that summer had come, and went and sold his cloak. Not many days later, winter set in again with renewed frost and cold. When he found the unfortunate Swallow lifeless on the ground, he said, "Unhappy bird! what have you done? By thus appearing before the springtime you have not only killed yourself, but you have wrought my destruction also."
1、"Have you made up your mind who you're going to have to the wedding, Anne?" asked Mrs. Rachel Lynde, as she hemstitched table napkins industriously. "It's time your invitations were sent, even if they are to be only informal ones."
3、<p>If film noir and World War II spy fiction has an appeal for you then you might want to consider checking out The Paris Dossier.</p><p>It's the debut title from father-son team Lexica Games and it has you sleuthing and solving puzzles around Nazi-occupied Paris. You play as British spy Artemis who is on the trail of a traitor.</p><p>This traitor has been working with the French resistance but has since turned their hand to the Nazis.</p><p>You have to work through the clues and puzzles this traitor has left in their wake throughout the streets of Paris in order to track them down.</p><p>The result is a point-and-click style adventure game informed by film noir. Hence the black-and-white aesthetic and dimly lit streets.</p><p>You can download the first level of The Paris Dossier for free on the App Store and Google Play. To unlock the full game it costs £1.49 / $1.99.</p><p>That didn't take long.</p><p>The free to play Pokémon Shuffle only arrived on 3DS this month. But, already, hackers have found a way to bypass its microtransactions.</p><p>In this Pokémon-themed match-3 puzzler, you can purchase lives with real money to continue playing for longer.</p><p>You buy gems, with one gem costing 89p, and having enough of these means you can trade them for lives. Your other option is to wait for your lives to refill over time.</p><p>But by using the same web browser exploit that lets you play Game Boy ROMs on your 3DS, it's possible to get gems for free.</p><p>In the in-game shop they'll all appear as being available for zero. See?</p><p>However, this exploit doesn't work on the New 3DS and New 3DS XL due to its newer browser. Neither will it work outside of 3DS firmware versions 9.0-9.5.</p><p>But you really shouldn't use this exploit as it's naughty. So, yeah, don't do that. Okay?</p>Eurogamer