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1  First Fireman: Benjamin Franklin.
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2  Sometimes I even forget you're a fireman.
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3  Every fireman, sooner or later, hits this.
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4  We let the fireman keep the book twenty-four hours.
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5  At least once in his career, every fireman gets an itch.
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6  I struck a fireman when he came to burn my library years ago.
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7  And my job gone and myself on the run, and I planted a book in a fireman's house on the way.
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8  And I hardly think a very old man and a fireman turned sour could do much this late in the game.
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9  Fireman in Seattle, purposely set a Mechanical Hound to his own chemical complex and let it loose.
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10  The only way I could possibly listen to you would be if somehow the fireman structure itself could be burnt.
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11  And now since you're a fireman's wife, its your house and your turn, for all the houses your husband burned and the people he hurt without thinking.
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12  Ladies, once a year, every fireman's allowed to bring one book home, from the old days, to show his family how silly it all was, how nervous that sort of thing can make you, how crazy.
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13  An hour of monologue, a poem, a comment, and then without either acknowledging the fact that Montag was a fireman, Faber, with a certain trembling, wrote his address on a slip of paper.
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