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Now, where did we see this a while ago, taken to court and being acquitted for doing exactly the same? (Mr. Ma, chairman of the KMT)
Prosecutors yesterday said they have been investigating hundreds of professors suspected of using fake receipts to claim public funds.
Prosecutors said the suspects from various universities nationwide claimed the subsidies from the Executive Yuan’s National Science Council. According to the prosecutors, the receipts were mostly for basic consumer goods which were unrelated to their research spending.
So, where did they get the idea?
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A woman calls the nursing home to see how her dad is doing.
'He's like a fish out of water.'
'You mean he's having trouble adjusting?'
'No, I mean he's dead.'
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