QUOTE | FROM Kurt Vonnegut




Her pleasure went on and on, and so did Ben's. Ben could almost smell the gardenia, could almost see her pinning it on, her hands all thumbs.'You're selling your store?' she said.There was radiance between them now. There were overtones and undertones to everything they said. The talk itself was formal, lifeless.--'Money Talks



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