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5:12pm on Monday, 17th December, 2007:
My younger daughter's school has some kind of Christmas quiz competition. They had one at Hallowe'en, and with the Christmas quiz came the results of the Hallowe'en one. Amazingly, my daughter won. She was rather pleased, until she read that she'd won a book and the runners-up got sweets. "Why would they ever think I'd want a book rather than sweets?!"
Ah, the digital generation.
So, the problem now is, does she deliberately get one of the Christmas quiz questions wrong, in the hope she wins the sweets, or does she try to win the book anyway in the expectation there'll be several winners and her name won't be drawn out of the hat?
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