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1  Your uncle said, your uncle said.
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2  My uncle says it was different once.
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3  My uncle drove slowly on a highway once.
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4  My uncle says the two always go together.
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5  My uncle says there used to be front porches.
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6  They believed in responsibility, my uncle says.
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7  Oh, just my mother and father and uncle sitting around, talking.
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8  My uncle says his grandfather remembered when children didn't kill each other.
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9  My uncle says the architects got rid of the front porches because they didn't look well.
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10  Laughter blew across the moon-colored lawn from the house of Clarisse and her father and mother and the uncle who smiled so quietly and so earnestly.
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11  One, two, three, four, five, Clarisse, Mildred, uncle, fire, sleeping tablets, men, disposable tissue, coattails, blow, wad, flush, Clarisse, Mildred, uncle, fire, tablets, tissues, blow, wad, flush.
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12  But my uncle says that was merely rationalizing it; the real reason, hidden underneath, might be they didn't want people sitting like that, doing nothing, rocking, talking; that was the wrong kind of social life.
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