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Where Don Quixote, a country gentleman, no longer young, sets off on a quest with a Nigerian correspondent.
Finished. Last addition: November 30th., 2002.
- I got to know of you in my search for a reputable person.
- I am a country gentleman, no longer young.
- The Republic of Benin.
- Sancho Panza and my Lady Dulcinea.
- I am not saying that I don't trust you.
- Living on the accumulated wealth of a virtuous and frugal life.
- You don't need to bother yourself about visa.
- How are you doing Big Brother?
- Now I must go and prepare the horses for the trip.
- I will liaise with the director of the security company.
- The content was declared as gold dust consignment.
- Am I being unreasonable?
- Finally, there are some charges...
- Your offer of provision of a horse is most kind.
- The Sheraton hotel should have a stable for the horse.
- Have no fear, I will bring the requisite funds.
- ...a good quality wrist watch for me and my lovely wife.
- I owe all my looks to Dr Polly Urethane, a plastic surgeon...
- Whenever I read your mail it tranquilizes my mind.
- Feeling very wick and tired.
- It is most irregular, most irregular indeed.
- They say that they require $75,500.
- We leave from here in a little over two hours time.
- I cannot afford to stay in such a hot zone.
- I hope this does not cause unnecessary anguish.
- Looking forward to meeting you in Cotonou tomorrow.
- I am already in Cotonou frustrated.
- Where are you now?
- I can tell you he is well and in good spirits.
- Now that I have heard from you, my mind is now relaxed.
- My rates are $200 per hour or $1,000 per day.
- The horse has been tied down since last Monday.
- To dream the impossible dream.
- One day I will do same thing.
- Show fortitude dear Nelson, the end is near!
- I look forward to meet you tomorrow in Cotonou.
- The camels were incredibly cheap...
- Hope you will not disappoint me again this time.
- I am now begining to see a sign of unseriousness on your side.
- Melancholy news.
- Where the hell is the news paper article you attached?
- The return of his ant-gnawed remains.
- So, what is Nelson to do, dear reader?
- I ...luckily or unfortunately got Mr. Don Quixote
- I need a sign of good faith from your client.
- May Mr. Don Quixote rest in perfect peace and in the Lord, Amen.
- So, I am not surprised by your decision.
- I could not get our fax machines to agree to talk.
- Things are getting out of control now.
- It is, I feel, a quite modest request.
- Think about this matter and come to the rescue of this widow.
- It would not require Mrs Abacha to mortgage the family silver.