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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Bluto, parts 3524 - 3527

3524. Bluto continued with his explanation, “You see Albert, when Mrs. Hagner hears the word ‘Italian,’ she does not think of Galileo or Columbus, da Vinci and Michelangelo do not come into her mind. No, when she hears the word Italian she thinks of Al Capone and a machine gun.”

3525. “But Bluto,” I protested, “how could I be confused with Al Capone?” “That’s easy to explain,” he replied, “the criminal start out as a juvenile delinquent, and that is what you are.”

3526. Look at you with the Vaseline in your hair and your collar turned up, with your engineer boots and your belt with the buckle on the hip. All that is pure juvenile delinquent and there is no escaping it.

3527. It was true, Bluto was correct, I looked exactly like a juvenile delinquent, but it was just a question of the style, it came from the movies and James Dean, but it didn’t actually mean anything.

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