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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2960

Hell to Hell no charge

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Hell City, 24 September, ( Ronald Reagan, the former president of the United States, François Mitterrand, the former president of France and Junius Richard Jayewardene, former president of Sri Lanka are now joined in the Hell.

Reagan was talking about his grave mistake in giving weapons to the Contra Rebels in Nicaragua, Jayewardene was telling about erecting the famous barbed wire fence surrounding the Kandy Getambe Temple to teach a lesson to the head priest and Mitterrand was taking about his mistake his anti-socialist Prime Minister Valerie Giscard d'Estang to politically survive.

Suddenly, Reagan wanted to give a telephone call to the White House chief occupant, and the Custodian of the Hell said "only three minutes." So, Reagan completed the call and asked the custodian "how much", he said US $ 100, which Reagan paid.Hell to Hell no chargeHell to Hell no charge

Francois Mitterrand wanted to take a call to Paris; Custodian of the Hell said “Three minutes only.” He completed the call and paid the fee.

Well, what do you think “Yankee Dickey” Jayewardene; he wanted to talk to his nephew Ranil Wickremasinghe to give some advice, the Custodian of the Hell said “Go ahead”.

JR went on for about two hours, and after finishing his call asked the custodian “How much?”

Custodian of the Hell replied "No charge". "What do you mean no charge" asked Jayewardene. The Custodian of the Hell replied: "It is a local call; no charge from hell to hell."

"It is a local call; no charge from hell to hell."

- Asian Tribune -

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