The cover 2011

The cover of the new calendar illustrates an Aesop’s fable, The Lion, the Donkey and the Fox. The three animals go off on a hunt and collect a huge stack of tasty treats. The lion asks the donkey to split the haul into three shares. The donkey carefully divides the booty into three equal shares. The lion kills the donkey and then asks the fox to divvy up the spoils. The fox promptly pushes all of the haul in front of the lion. “Excellent job,” says the lion, “Where did you learn to divvy so well?” The fox points at the dead donkey, “From him.”

 

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