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Mothers Cry

was even with the door open and the smoke went around and around under the light that was hanging low on the table. They were all the time spitting on the floor too and then scraping it with their shoes afterwards. I listened to them talking and all the talk was bragging talk except there were some who didn't talk at all. Everybody was trying to show how smart they were. Some of the talking was about girls and I didn't like to hear the way they said things about the girls they could get and what they did when they were alone with the girls. But most of the bragging talk was about getting money by fooling people. One man told how he put a piece of cardboard in a lot of telephone company pay boxes so all the nickels that were supposed to come back didn't and afterwards he went around and took out the cardboard and collected the nickels. And another man told how he ordered clothes from a department store in another man's name and another man told how he made money on racing horses because he knew a man who rode on one of the horses. And Danny told how he took the stamps in the office and how they didn't catch on for months and months and everybody laughed and I guess Danny felt like a hero. Everybody said they knew where there was lots of easy money and they were only waiting for a chance and they said that's what everybody was doing and if people only got a chance they grabbed all they could get and that was how rich people got automobiles and fine clothes and beautiful girls. Danny got all excited then and he said just you fellows wait and see I'll have a sweller car than John D. Rockefeller and then I'll show youse all what a good time is. They all laughed some more and Danny said they could laugh all they wanted but he had more brains and guts than the whole lot of them put together and he'd show them.

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