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THE TEMPERING

no good at the game, when he pays more than he gets at it."
" 'E wins, don't 'e?" says Sergeant Crowne, stiffly. "Yes, but "
" There ain't no `but' about it. A man 'as a fight. 'E wants to win. 'E wins. That's all there is to it."
" But he doesn't win in the end; not in the long run," says Hacket. "Bullock 'll be punch-drunk in another two years."
" In the end, in the end!" snarls Sergeant Crowne. "In the long run! 'Oo cares about the Long Run? If you're 'aving a fight, go in and win, and to 'ell with the long run ! Let Gawd worry about the Long Run ! If it's boxing, shake 'ands and come aht fighting! 'It 'ard and often, and the end 'll take care of itself. In twenty million-billion years' time, the world 'll come to an end. But it ain't my business to worry over that,"
" In how many years did you say?" asks Sergeant Hands.
" Twenty million-billion."
" What a fright you gave me," says Hands. "How?"
" For the moment I thought you said only twenty thousand billion."
" I like a man that doesn't know when 'e's beaten," says Crowne.
" But it can be carried too far," says Hacket.
" Moderation in all things, as Voltaire said."
" Who's Voltur?" asks the Boy from Widnes.
" Oh, some clergyman," says Sergeant Crowne.
" What was you in Civvy Street, Hacket?"
" A book salesman."

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