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1  "Leave him alone, hey," Sunny said.
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2  She kept telling me to go away and leave her alone.
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3  Everybody'd think I was just a poor deaf-mute bastard and they'd leave me alone.
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4  You're by no means alone on that score, you'll be excited and stimulated to know.
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5  You ought to be able to stick them in one of those big glass cases and just leave them alone.
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6  What I think is, you're supposed to leave somebody alone if he's at least being interesting and he's getting all excited about something.
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7  But I couldn't take a chance on giving her a buzz, because she was only a little kid and she wouldn't have been up, let alone anywhere near the phone.
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8  One of them was sort of fat, and I put my hand on the skinny kid's end, to sort of even up the weight, but you could tell they didn't want me around, so I let them alone.
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9  Anyway, it made me feel depressed and lousy again, and I damn near got my coat back and went back to the hotel, but it was too early and I didn't feel much like being all alone.
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10  As soon as old Maurice opened the doors, he'd see me with the automatic in my hand and he'd start screaming at me, in this very high-pitched, yellow-belly voice, to leave him alone.
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