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Headline: Women's News
Lois Lane

After City Hall was mysteriously blasted and fell into the river while Superman was showing off his muscles the other day at M.I.T., the whole town turned against him. And so, I must confess, did I. He had saved my life fifteen times, but nary a word of endearment.

Now he's saved my life again, along with the lives of countless others. But best of all, I found out that he needs me. If you have a big, strong, silent man in your life, ladies, don't give up on him just because he has trouble saying he loves you. You may be old and gray before he ever does. But you'll have been together.

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