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THE TEMPERING

"Why am I a silly Git?"
" Joe Louis 'd knock you silly in one round."
" Gh no he wouldn't," says Bullock.
The Boy from Widnes protests: "I saw the picture of that thur Louis fighting Max Bur. He hit that thur Bur whurever he liked. And so he would you, Bullock."
" That's all right," says Bullock, amiably.
" Come 'n' get a tea 'n' a wad," says Barker.
" All right," says Bullock, and they go out.
When the door has closed behind them, a stranger, a Guardsman with a sagging, humorous face, not un like Walt Disney's Pluto, laughs a peculiar quacking laugh.
" Joke?" says Sergeant Dagwood. "What's the joke, Hacket?"
The Guardsman called Hacket says: "I've seen Bullock fight twice. I saw him fight that nigger, Rube, at the Pilfold Stadium. And I saw him fight a kid called Francis in Bedford."
" 'Well, what's funny?"
" Well, nothing. Only he's duff. He's terrible."
" In what way terrible? Did he win like he said?"
" Yes, he won all right, just like he said. That nigger P ube was pretty lousy too; he must of weighed seventeen stone, and he was as slow as a dray horse-but even then, he was about ten times quicker than Bullock. He hit Bullock with everything he had. It sounded like hammering nails into a packing-case. Biffity-biffity-biflity-bif ! But poor old Bullock kept on coming back for more. Bullock kept swinging. He might as well have sent the nigger a postcard to tell him a punch was on the way. It was as easy as dodg

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