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THE FOUNDRY

webbing must be spotless, your brasses must damn well flash like a gigolo's eyes.... Is there an educated man 'ere ?"
A dark, quiet individual whom we call Old Silence, says : "I've been to school."
" Well, tell me. Is it Gigolo, or jigolo?" "Pronounced jigolo."
" I thought as much. I was having an argument.
Someone said Gigolo. Then someone else said Jigolo, and I agreed. Where are you from?" "London, Trained Soldier." "What business?"
" Unemployed."
" Do you mean you've got money of your own, or that you just couldn't get a job?" "Both, Trained Soldier." "'Ow old are you?"
" Thirty-four, Trained Soldier."
" Well, son, we'll soon find you plenty jobs round 'ere ... And your name?"
" John Johnson," says the Brummagem Fly Boy sullenly.
" Not so much of the `John Johnson', you. Address me as T rained Soldier ! Don't tell me where you come from : I know. You're a Brummy Boy. I can tell by your accent. Well, don't get fly here, soil. It won't pay you. And you?"
" Bates, Trained Soldier. Oi come from Leicester. Qi was a brewer's drayman. Oi'm Church of Englernd, Trained Soldier."
" Married?"
" One proper waife, Trained Soldier, but she left

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