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THE TEMPERING

"Oh, I dunno," says the Lad from the Elephant and Castle. "Old Winnie's got plenty of go in 'im. It's the fighting spirit, see?"
" Winnie breathes 'eavy," says the glum blond man.
" Don't you believe it," says Widnes. "'Itler breathes worse."
" You know what?" says Bates. "If it come to that we could make Brummy Joe Prime Minister just for the toime being. Brummy Joe's a terror "
" Tommy Farr'd be better," says Alison.
" 'E could go over wiv 'is Foreign Minister," says the Lad. "We could make Len 'Arvey Foreign Minister."
" War Minister," says Widnes.
" NaII, it couldn't be done," says Alison.
" Why not?" asks Widnes.
" Who'd do politics?"
" They could make an arrangement," says Bates.
" 'Itler wouldn't fight," says the Lad.
" 'E'd 'ave to," says the Boy from Widnes. "It'd be a diplomatic arrangement."
" 'Itler'd fight dirty," says the Lad.
" So would Brummy Joe," insists Bates. "'E carries a foot o' lead pipe covered wi' rubber bands orf beer bottles. Brummy'd feel naked without it."
" Would they charge an entrance fee?" asks Widnes. "Bob a'ead," says the Lad. "Make a packet."
" Oi bet yow there wouldn't half be some excite ment," says Bates. "Wi' us and the Jerries in the audience."
" Proper rough-'ouse," says the Lad.
" We'd all'ave a go," says Widnes.

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