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JOHN RENO AND THE LOST PEKINGESE DOG
John Reno went to China for search a Pekingese dog. A special customer that lives in the other side of the planet gave him for search the mysterious disappearance of his tiny pet. It occurred when Mr. Chon Chuo was in Peking (or “Beijing” if you like more this word) for affairs and visiting the Tiananmen Square the dog let go of the leash and it lost between the multitude that were visiting this famous place. For Mr. Chon his dog was all in his life so he needed to recover it immediately. Is for that searching in yellow pages he found the name of John Reno, renowned detective of second-rate.

John Reno was sitting on the suitcase in the middle of the Tiananmen Square typing in his laptop computer searching to play on an online casino USA. There are casinos that only permit to enter at American players but on some web pages you can find how hack it and to pretend to be an U.S. citizen. So John that is an expert in this matter, especially when it is about money found the manner to enter in an USA online casino. And was to enter for play on slots for to start warming when he saw a Pekingese dog that was approaching to him and stopped next his shoes and lifting a leg started to piddle.

- All right! Whit the reward money I can to buy another pair of shoes – he thought resigned.

John Reno took the dog and put it into the suitcase. The problem was how to go out of China without arouse suspicion because the dog didn’t stop to bark. So he thought that the best manner was to run over The Great Wall, but it is another story that I will tell you another day.

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