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Behold at the time of the harvest the ears of corn did bring forth kernels which were dried and prepared for the popper's hand.

And the popper did take the kernels, all of which appeared alike unto him, and did apply the oil and the heat.

And it came to pass when the heat was on, some did explode with promise and did magnify themselves, yea, even a hundred fold.

And some did burst forth with whiteness which did both gladden the eye of the beholder and the taste of the popper.

And likewise, some others did pop, but not too much.

But lo, there were some that just laid there and even though the popper's heat was alike unto all, they did bask in the warmth of the oil, and kept everything they had for themselves.

And so it came to pass, that those which had given of themselves, did bring joy and delight to many munchers; but those which kept of the warmth and did not burst forth, were fit only to be cast out, and were thought of with hardness and disgust.

And thus, we see that in the beginning all appear alike, but when the heat is on, some come forth and give their all, while others fail to pop and become as chaff on the threshing floor, to be discarded and forgotten.

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