Harry Cone: One City to Rule Them All

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Epilogue: A Glorious Goodbye

Soon after the election, Cone, proud as he was, boarded his train bound for London. Arriving in that sparkling, magnificent and prosperous city, he made his way to Westminster. As he entered, the prime minister, Benjamin Disraeli, greeted him and shook his hand firmly. Our friend Mr. Cone blushed, feeling a bit humble for the first time in his life, standing next to the most powerful man in the world. That awful feeling passed rather quickly, though, and soon both he and Mr. Disraeli were heading into the House of Commons, where a vote on Glad... Sorry, Sadstone’s name was scheduled. Since the Conservatives had a complete majority, Cone’s proposition passed quite easily. Afterwards, Cone arose and said:... Well you know what he said, don’t you? In case you don’t, I’ll write it out for you: “Thank you, gentlemen. I will be leaving now. Oh and by the way, smell you later!”

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