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would sleep the next morning until the afternoon and then he would get up and get washed and dressed. I kept asking him when he was going to get a job and he kept saying times were bad but they weren't bad because everybody was working and making lots of money on account of the war.
He kept taking money from me all the time. He said how did I expect him to go down town looking like a bum so I always had to buy him suits and shirts and shoes and ties. When he got up he'd say gimme a dollar ma and if I said I didn't have it to spare he would begin to yell and make such a noise I'd have to give it to him. He'd say how could I expect him to go down town and look for a job without a cent in his pocket. And it got to be two years and Danny was always the same.
The girls were all right only Beatty sometimes worried me a little. She was always reading such a lot and I was afraid for her eyes. She was like Artie and worked very hard but only if she liked what she was doing. Things came easy for her at school but she belonged to such a lot of clubs and debating societies and literary societies that they took up most of her time. She was always getting excited because something wasn't fair and she talked to me lots about justice and truth. She used to read me her speeches for the debating society all about the literacy test and about eight hour laws and about vegetarianism. And once she was a vegetarian for four months and it was such a lot of trouble having to cook special things for her because even if I put gravy on the vegetables she wouldn't eat them and I had to cook her vegetables separate from everybody else's. She was always getting in trouble in school on account of the war because she would say things in class against it and then the teachers would get mad.
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