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Dog having a stroke

Dog having a stroke

Dog having a stroke in a car." "That's the way it goes, eh, Charlie?" "Oh, Charlie." "You got your own little Charlie?" "She's a pretty little thing." "A little dark." "Like you, Charlie." "A bit, I suppose." "Is she going out with the boys?" "You must come to our schoolhouse at Easter, Charlie." "I don't think so." "I have better things to do than go to an elementary school." "Don't be a little bitch, Charlie." "You have to come, to see what these kids are like." "They're not so very different from you." "Except they're very nice." "They have a piano, you know, Charlie." "Yes, I heard you play." "You can play anything you want." "And they play a great deal." "They even rehearse." "At their homes, I mean." "What do you mean by that, you silly old bitch?" "I mean you're not the only one that lives in that big, empty house, Charlie." "Do you know what they do?" "They play the piano." "They rehearse." "They play every night." "They make themselves into something." "Into music." "It's no good, though, if they don't learn other things, like the way of life." "So they learn to cook, to sew, to make things, to grow things." "They learn everything." "They learn to behave." "Do you think that's not hard to learn, Charlie?" "I don't know." "Perhaps." "Yes." "There are many things I don't know." "It's a great pity." "I think they're so wonderful." "They're a special breed." "Yes, I'm sure they are." "I don't think I'd make a very good mother." "Well, of course you wouldn't, Charlie." "I don't think I'd make a very good mother either." "What about you?" "Don't you think you'd make a very good mother?" "No." "Why not?" "Because I've no imagination, no sympathy." "I'm too selfish." "You see?" "No imagination, and a selfish wife." "I can't picture myself sitting at home in a house all day with a child crying." "I can't imagine it." "Besides, I don't know anything." "Really." "How do you know what you'd do?" "But I don't." "I don't." "I suppose you're right." "It'd be awful if she were to get sick." "A lot of trouble, wouldn't it?" "Very silly." "Don't you agree?" "But I don't agree with you about your wife." "I don't agree about a lot of things, but I think you're wrong about your wife." "I don't agree." "I never have agreed." "She's a very sensitive and wonderful woman." "I think you're the first man I've ever met who wasn't absolutely blind to her." "She has a marvelous mind and... and... and when she talks about the future... the future of the world, I never thought I'd be jealous in my life... of anybody... or anything." "It's silly." "It's nothing." "Don't be cross with me." "I didn't mean to say it." "I know you didn't." "I only sd it because I'm going to be married." "I won't stand that." "Not to me." "Charlie?" "Please don't, dear." "Please." "No, Charlie." "There's no need to say that." "No need to be hard on me." "I don't understand it." "I only sd it because I'm going to be married." "Married!" "What?" "Who?" "Oh, well." "It's a long story." "I'd better go to sleep." "Good night, dear." "Good night." "Good night." "Good night, dear." "Good night, dear." "Good night." "Oh." "You didn't tell me it was going to be a long story." "Yes, dear." "I was afrd you wouldn't be able to wt." "Oh." "Of course I will." "And I think you should wt, too, in case, uh, you see how it is in the morning." "Oh, no, Charlie." "Now." "The whole night through." "I'll get the best doctor." "No." "Please." "I'll be all right if you just... don't talk." "Oh." "All right." "Good night." "Good night." "The doctor says I'll be all right." "That it will take a week or two." "It would seem that" "I shall not die." "I shall live." "Well, what are you doing in there, darling?" "I'm taking off my hat." "That was the last." "You can't go on like that, Charlie." "You must have some kind of a hat." "No, darling, I mustn't." "Oh, I know I mustn't." "Mm-mmm." "Mm-mmm." "Oh, but this is just like the first night, dear." "No." "No, it isn't, Charlie." "It's different." "This is better, you see." "I'm not so angry with you." "Oh, I'm not angry with you, dear." "No." "I'm not angry with you." "I'm not angry with you." "What a silly thing to get angry about." "There isn't anything to get angry about." "You have to have a hat, and I have to have a hat, and that's the way it is." "Mm-hmm." "And what's more, I have to have a hat that won't make me look like a woman going to a tea party." "Now, look." "There isn't anything to get angry about." "What do you want to do?" "You want to go back into town, don't you?" "Yes." "I'll take you." "I'll take you out of this place." "Oh." "Yes." "You'll be mad at me, but I'll take you out of this place." "No, darling." "No." "No, Charlie." "I'd love to be with you." "With you, dear." "With you, dear." "Do you know what?" "I'll wear your hat." "And we'll talk all the time about that." "Do you know what?" "I'll wear your hat, and we'll have such a time." "What'll we do?" "What'll we do, darling?" "What do you want to do?" "I don't know." "I want to think." "Oh, you'll think." "You'll think all right." "You'll think of something." "You'll think of something that will help us out." "And how." "How will it help us out?" "Because you'll have to think of something, too, won't you?" "Mm-hmm." "We can't let it go on like this." "No, we can't." "No." "No, we can't." "We'll make some plans." "We'll have some plans." "We'll have some plans." "We'll have some plans." "Mm-hmm." "Mm-hmm." "Charlie..." "Charlie, it won't do any good to talk


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