I owe Mr. Edward Howard Haskell of Lemington-on-Sea an apology. Some time ago I misquoted the line from his famous treatise International Pressure Points when I attributed the following quote to him:"Transfixed by her sad golden eyes, I felt her tongue slip into my mouth like a Mediterranean dolphin gliding through the hot salty sea. Engulfed in her gossamer hair, I felt myself go limp with raging desire."What Mr. Haskell actually said was:"International sanctions only work when applied internationally."I sincerely regret the error, and apologize unreservedly.
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