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The idea of stealing something really fascinated him. Michael was in a way scared to stand up to his wife and had to lie to her to do what he wanted. He really believes he is a good person regardless of what people tell him. In the morning he has a fight with his wife, but looks forwar... ... middle of paper ... ... has a lousy job, a lousy wife, and lousy friends. Yes, there are people who give in to their impulses and get away with it, but it’s always the good ones that get caught.
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