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CHAPTER ELEVEN

mouth, hesitated suddenly and then handed it to me, saying, "Here, shove that in your face, and tell me all about it." And for years afterwards I used to say, "Here, shove that in your face," whenever I offered anybody a cigar. I thought it was a heluva smart thing to say.'
Reginald stared at him.
`Is that really how you began?' he asked.
`Yum. That's why I was laughing, wondering how vulgar you'd think me if I said, "Here, shove that in your face 1" '
`That's different.'
`Don't think I'm vulgar then?'
`You've got character. Nobody with character is vulgar.'
`And how many people who can read and write have character? You don't think I sell my papers to a million different people every day? If I sell 'em to ten, I'm lucky. And each one thinks like the ninety-nine thousand, nine hundred and ninety-nine others in the herd. They're vulgar people, and they want a vulgar paper.'
`I wonder.' "
`Ever listen in?'
`I have sometimes.'
`Concerts and Hallelujahs?'
`Cricket results, I'm afraid,' smiled Reginald.
`Then perhaps you've heard what they call their News Bulletin?'
`I don't think-'
`You're lucky. I'll tell you what it's like. Now just imagine a million people, two million, three million, all sitting in their little bloody sitting-rooms with their damned ear-phones on, looking like God knows what, all waiting to be thrilled. And then suddenly a refined

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