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1  Some of us live in small towns.
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2  Far away across town in the night, the faintest whisper of a turned page.
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3  Pick up that town, almost, and flip the pages, so many pages to a person.
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4  It carried its silence with it, so you could feel the silence building up a pressure behind you all across town.
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5  Other Salamanders were roaring, their engines far away, and police sirens were cutting their way across town with their sirens.
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6  Two minutes more and the room whipped out of town to the jet cars wildly circling an arena, bashing and backing up and bashing each other again.
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7  Why, there's one town in Maryland, only twenty-seven people, no bomb'll ever touch that town, is the compete essays of a man named Bertrand Russell.
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8  Sometimes I even go to the Fun Parks and ride in the jet cars when they race on the edge of town at midnight and the police don't care as long as they're insured.
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9  On his way across town, with the helicopters fluttering like torn bits of paper in the sky, he phoned the alarm at a lonely phone booth outside a store that was closed for the night.
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10  Now as the vacuum-underground rushed him through the dead cellars of town, jolting him, he remembered the terrible logic of that sieve, and he looked down and saw that he was carrying the Bible open.
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11  He was also a very kind man who had a lot of love to give the world, and he helped clean up the slum in our town; and he made toys for us and he did a million things in his lifetime; he was always busy with his hands.
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12  And if it was not the three walls soon to be four walls and the dream complete, then it was the open car and Mildred driving a hundred miles an hour across town, he shouting at her and she shouting back and both trying to hear what was said, but hearing only the scream of the car.
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