Once upon a time, in the land of Nod, which is far, far away, there lived a greedy and self absorbed very vain king, who cared more about money, appearance and possessions, than about what was good for his people, never mind 7 future generations. The King of Nod did not even inquire about the people’s problems or needs, nor grant any meetings with his subjects complaining about things. All this king wanted was a new, better and more expensive sets of clothes, that he could show off to all of the other kings, in other foreign lands, as well as to his royal court. The King of Nod was all about looking good, above all else. He changed clothes every hour, and spent money like it was water, on royal trinkets and baubles.
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